inhale

listen to the pronunciation of inhale
Englisch - Türkisch
soluk almak
solukla içeri almak
içine çekmek
soğumak
teneffüs et

Gazı teneffüs etmemeye çalışın. - Try not to inhale the fumes.

içine çek
{f} nefes almak
sigara dumanını içine çekmek
{f} (sigara dumanı v.b.'ni) içine çekmek
içeri çek
{f} iç çekmek
{f} çekmek
teneffüs etmek
içmek
{f} nefes çekmek
solukla içeri çekmeye mahsus ilaçları veren alet
solukla içeriye çekmek
inhalersolukla içeriye çeken kimse
{f} solumak
inhalation
teneffüs
inhalation
soluk alma
inhalation
{i} nefes alma
inhalation
{i} içine çekme
inhalation
(Tıp) solukla içeriye çekme
inhalation
soluma

Tom dumanı solumak nedeniyle öldü. - Tom died of smoke inhalation.

Ne yazık ki duman soluma nedeniyle öldü. - Sadly, she died of smoke inhalation.

inhalation
(Tıp) inhalasyon
inhales
Nefes
inhalation
(Nükleer Bilimler) solunum yoluyla alma,solunum
inhalation
ciğerlerine çekme
inhalation
{i} (sigara dumanı v.b.'ni) içine çekme
inhalation
(Tıp) Buğu, gaz veya ufak damlacıklar haline getirilmiş sıvıların solukla alınması, inhalasyon
inhalation
solukla içeriye çekilen ila
Englisch - Englisch
To draw air or any form of gas (either in a pure form, or mixed with small particles in form of aerosols/smoke -sometimes stemming from a medicament) into the lungs, through the nose or mouth by action of the diaphragm
To draw air into the lungs, through the nose or mouth by action of the diaphragm
To eat very quickly

The hungry child inhaled her meal.

Means breath in Many people will tell you that it should never be done You can inhale, I don't recommend it
draw deep into the lungs in by breathing; "Clinton smoked marijuana but never inhaled
To breathe or draw into the lungs; to inspire; as, to inhale air; opposed to exhale
You're doing it now and now and now and now! Breathing in, or inhaling, that is You need to inhale air into your lungs to keep every cell in your body alive
To draw (something, a medicament) into the nose or lungs by action of the diaphragm
to breathe in
What you don't do with cigar smoke
To draw air into the lungs through the nose or mouth by action of the diaphragm
When you inhale, you breathe in. When you inhale something such as smoke, you take it into your lungs when you breathe in. He took a long slow breath, inhaling deeply He was treated for the effects of inhaling smoke. exhale. to breathe in air, smoke, or gas   exhale (in- + -hale (as in exhale))
draw deep into the lungs in by breathing; "Clinton smoked marijuana but never inhaled"
{f} breathe in, take into the lungs (air, smoke, etc.)
draw in (air); "Inhale deeply"; "inhale the fresh mountain air"; "The patient has trouble inspiring"; "The lung cancer patient cannot inspire air very well"
French inhale
the act of expelling smoke from the mouth and simultaneously inhaling it through the nose
French inhale
To exhale smoke from a cigarette through the mouth while simultaneously inhaling it through the nose
inhalation
the substance (medicament) which is inhaled
inhalation
The act of inhaling
inhale.
draw

Just before you draw your terminal breath.

snap inhale
A smoking trick where one takes a drag, expels smoke from the mouth before inhaling, and immediately inhales the smoke back in
ınhale
{v} to draw in with the breath
To inhale
snort
inhalation
The act of inhaling; also, that which is inhaled
inhalation
1) The drawing of air or other substances into the lungs 2) Any drug or solution of drugs administered by the nasal or oral respiratory route for local or systemic effect
inhalation
Breathing One route of exposure to chemicals During inhalation, chemicals can be deposited in the lungs, taken into the blood, or both
inhalation
breathing air into the lungs
inhalation
Breathing Once inhaled, contaminants can be deposited in the lungs, taken into the blood, or both
inhalation
The act of breathing in
inhalation
The breathing in of a substance in the form of a gas, vapor, fume, mist, or dust
inhalation
吸入劑
inhalation
The breathing in of an airborne substance that may be in the form of gas, fumes mists, vapors, dusts, or aerosols
inhalation
Taking a material into the body by breathing it in
inhalation
Inhalation is the process or act of breathing in, taking air and sometimes other substances into your lungs. a complete cycle of inhalation and exhalation They were taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation Take several deep inhalations. exhalation
inhalation
An inhalation is a treatment for colds and other illnesses in which you dissolve substances in hot water and breathe in the vapour. Inhalations can soothe and control the cough
inhalation
The breathing in of a substance
inhalation
means taking a material into the body by breathing it in
inhalation
{i} breathing in, inhaling; inhalant, medicinal substance meant to be inhaled
inhalation
Exposure of test animals either to vapor or dust for a predetermined time *
inhalation
Breathing in of a substance in the form of a gas, vapor, fume, mist or dust
inhalation
Breathing in a substance
inhalation
the act of inhaling; the drawing in of air (or other gases) as in breathing
inhalation
Breathing in of a substance in the form of a gas, vapor, fume, mist, or dust
inhalation
The introduction of chemical vapors or toxic products of combustion into the body by way of the respiratory system Toxins may be absorbed into the bloodstream and carried to other internal organs, or they may affect the upper and/or lower respiratory tract Resulting respiratory injuries include pulmonary edema and respiratory congestion Inhalation is the most common exposure route and often the most damaging
inhalation
The breathing of airborne contaminants in the form of vapors, gases, mists, or particulates may produce harmful effects
inhalation
a medication to be taken by inhaling it
inhalation
Breathing
inhalation
taken into the body by breathing
inhalation
The breathing in of an airborne substance that may be in the form of gases, fumes, mists, vapors, dusts, or aerosols
inhalation
type of exposure that occurs through the lungs
inhaled
drawn into the lungs; breathed in; "inhaled smoke can damage the lungs"
inhaled
past of inhale
inhaled
{s} breathed in, taken into the lungs (of air, smoke, etc.)
inhaled
drawn into the lungs; breathed in; "inhaled smoke can damage the lungs
inhales
third-person singular of inhale
inhaling
present participle of inhale
inhaling
{i} breathing in
inhale
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