breathless

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İngilizce - Türkçe
soluk kesici
soluk soluğa kalmış
korkutucu
nefessiz

O seni nefessiz bırakır. - She leaves you breathless.

O seni nefessiz bırakır. - It leaves you breathless.

{s} nefesini tutmuş
breathlessnesssoluksuzluk
soluğu kesen
soluğu kesilmiş
breathlesslysoluk soluğa
(Tıp) Nefesi kesilmiş, Ölü, cansız
{s} nefesi kesilmiş
kımıldamayan
{s} nefes nefese

Tom nefes nefese bekledi. - Tom waited breathlessly.

Birini nefes nefese bırakan bazı performanslar vardır. - There are some performances that leave one breathless.

breath
soluk

Tom uzun bir soluk aldı. - Tom drew a long breath.

Tom soluklanmak için durmak zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to stop to catch his breath.

breath
nefes

Su altında nefes alabilmenin hayalini kurardım. - I used to dream about being able to breathe underwater.

Ben burnumdan nefes alamıyorum. - I can't breath through my nose.

breath
soluk almak
breath
esinti
breath
nefes almak

Burada nefes almak mümkün değil. - It's not possible to breathe here.

Burada nefes almak yasak. - Breathing is forbidden here.

breath
hafif rüzgar
breathlessly
soluk soluğa
breath
küçük bir hareket/işaret/iz
breath
soluklanma

Tom soluklanmak için durdu. - Tom stopped to catch his breath.

Tom soluklanmak için durmak zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to stop to catch his breath.

breath
hafif rüzgâr
breathlessness
soluksuzluk
be breathless
nefessiz olmak
breath
insanın nefesini kesen
breath
{i} fısıltı
breath
buğu
breath
{i} ağızdan çıkan buhar
breath
in the same breath bir solukta
breath
aynı za
breath
bir nefeslik zaman
breath
dinlenmek
breath
breathtakingheyecan veren
breath
catch one breath soluğu kesilmek
breathlessly
nefessiz bir şekilde
breathlessly
(zarf) nefes nefese
breathlessly
nefes nefese

Tom nefes nefese bekledi. - Tom waited breathlessly.

İngilizce - İngilizce
Not breathing; apparently dead
Having no wind; still, calm or airless
That makes one hold one's breath (with excitement etc.)
Having difficulty breathing; gasping
{a} out of breath, hurried, dead
Dead; as, a breathless body
emphasis You use breathless for emphasis when you are describing feelings of excitement or exciting situations. Technology has advanced at a breathless pace. the breathless excitement of early 1988, when hundreds and thousands of citizens gathered nightly for political meetings. + breathlessly breath·less·ly Nancy waited breathlessly for him to go on
appearing dead; not breathing or having no perceptible pulse; "an inanimate body"; "pulseless and dead"
{s} panting; not breathing; tense
tending to cause suspension of regular breathing; "a breathless flight"; "breathtaking adventure
tending to cause suspension of regular breathing; "a breathless flight"; "breathtaking adventure"
If you are breathless, you have difficulty in breathing properly, for example because you have been running or because you are afraid or excited. I was a little breathless and my heartbeat was bumpy and fast + breathlessly breath·less·ly `I'll go in,' he said breathlessly. + breathlessness breath·less·ness Asthma causes wheezing and breathlessness
Spent with labor or violent action; out of breath
appearing dead; not breathing or having no perceptible pulse; "an inanimate body"; "pulseless and dead" not breathing or able to breathe except with difficulty; "breathless at thought of what I had done"; "breathless from running"; "followed the match with breathless interest" tending to cause suspension of regular breathing; "a breathless flight"; "breathtaking adventure
not breathing or able to breathe except with difficulty; "breathless at thought of what I had done"; "breathless from running"; "followed the match with breathless interest"
Not breathing; holding the breath, on account of fear, expectation, or intense interest; attended with a holding of the breath; as, breathless attention
that makes one hold ones breath (with excitement etc)
breath
a small amount of something, such as wind, or common sense

If she had a breath of common sense, she would never have spoken to the man in the first place.

breath
A single act of breathing in or out

I took a deep breath and started the test.

breath
The act or process of breathing

The child's breath came quickly and unevenly.

breath
A rest or pause

Let's stop for a breath when we get to the top of the hill.

breathlessly
In a breathless manner, usually due to excitement, exertion, etc
breathlessness
The state of being breathless or out of breath
breath
{n} life, air respired, a breeze, respit, rest, ease, single moment, instant
breath
If you are out of breath, you are breathing very quickly and with difficulty because you have been doing something energetic. There she was, slightly out of breath from running
breath
A single act of breathing in and out
breath
If you say something under your breath, you say it in a very quiet voice, often because you do not want other people to hear what you are saying. Walsh muttered something under his breath
breath
That which gives or strengthens life
breath
Fragrance; exhalation; odor; perfume
breath
the process of taking in and expelling air during breathing; "he took a deep breath and dived into the pool"; "he was fighting to his last breath"
breath
approval If you describe something new or different as a breath of fresh air, you mean that it makes a situation or subject more interesting or exciting. Her brisk treatment of an almost taboo subject was a breath of fresh air
breath
If you hold your breath, you make yourself stop breathing for a few moments, for example because you are under water. I held my breath and sank under the water
breath
If you are short of breath, you find it difficult to breathe properly, for example because you are ill. You can also say that someone suffers from shortness of breath. She felt short of breath and flushed Any exercise that causes undue shortness of breath should be stopped
breath
Time to breathe; respite; pause
breath
A single respiration, or the time of making it; a single act; an instant
breath
If you say that someone is holding their breath, you mean that they are waiting anxiously or excitedly for something to happen. The whole world holds its breath for this speech
breath
The air inhaled and exhaled in respiration; air which, in the process of respiration, has parted with oxygen and has received carbonic acid, aqueous vapor, warmth, etc
breath
The act of breathing naturally or freely; the power or capacity to breathe freely; as, I am out of breath
breath
a slight movement of the air; "there wasn't a breath of air in the room"
breath
disapproval You can use in the same breath or in the next breath to indicate that someone says two very different or contradictory things, especially when you are criticizing them. He hailed this week's arms agreement but in the same breath expressed suspicion about the motivations of the United States
breath
When you take a breath, you breathe in once. He took a deep breath, and began to climb the stairs Gasping for breath, she leaned against the door He spoke for one and a half hours and barely paused for breath
breath
a short respite
breath
H5301 naphach, naw-fakh'; a prim root; to puff, in various applications (lit to inflate, blow hard, scatter, kindle, expire; fig to disesteem): --blow, breath, give up, cause to lose [life], seething, snuff
breath
a brief unit of time - a second (see also heartbeat )
breath
When you catch your breath while you are doing something energetic, you stop for a short time so that you can start breathing normally again. He had stopped to catch his breath and make sure of his directions
breath
A very slight breeze; air in gentle motion
breath
Air expelled from the lungs
breath
an indirect suggestion; "not a breath of scandal ever touched her"
breath
When you get your breath back after doing something energetic, you start breathing normally again. I reached out a hand to steady myself against the house while I got my breath back
breath
Fig
breath
If something makes you catch your breath, it makes you take a short breath of air, usually because it shocks you. Kenny caught his breath as Nikko nearly dropped the bottle. = gasp
breath
the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration; "his sour breath offended her"
breath
The power of respiration, and hence, life
breath
respiration, as in: Hold your breath while I take the X-ray
breath
the process of taking in and expelling air during breathing; "he took a deep breath and dived into the pool"; "he was fighting to his last breath" a slight movement of the air; "there wasn't a breath of air in the room" the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration; "his sour breath offended her" a short respite
breath
A single word; the slightest effort; a trifle
breath
If you go outside for a breath of fresh air or for a breath of air, you go outside because it is unpleasantly warm indoors
breath
Your breath is the air that you let out through your mouth when you breathe. If someone has bad breath, their breath smells unpleasant. I could smell the whisky on his breath Smoking causes bad breath
breath
with bated breath: see bated
breath
emphasis If you say that something takes your breath away, you are emphasizing that it is extremely beautiful or surprising. I heard this song on the radio and it just took my breath away. = astound
breath
{i} respiration; air, light breeze; clue; bit, shred
breath
Gentle exercise, causing a quicker respiration
breathlessly
without breath; gaspingly, pantingly
breathlessly
In a breathless manner
breathlessly
In a breathless manner, usually due to excitement, exertion etc
breathlessly
in a breathless manner; "she spoke gaspingly"
breathlessly
in a breathless manner; "she spoke gaspingly
breathlessness
a dyspneic condition
breathlessness
{i} being out of breath, being unable to breathe
breathless