breathe

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
nefes almak

Nem oranı yüksek olduğunda nefes almak zordur. - It's difficult to breathe when humidity is high.

Derin nefes almak sağlıklıdır. - It's healthy to breathe deeply.

{f} nefes alıp vermek
{f} yakından takip etmek
nefes aldırtmak
{f} ifade etmek
{f} soluk almak, teneffüs etmek. Don't breathe a word of this to anyone. Bunu sakın kimseye söyleme. breathe down one's neck k.dili
breathe again veya freely rahat
{f} esmek
nefes al

Nefes alışı kadar doğal şekilde yalan söyler. - He lies as naturally as he breathes.

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

hohlamak
belirtmek
üfürmek
{f} rahat bırakmamak
canlandırmak
(Biyoloji) solunmak
agzından püskürtmek
{f} başında dikilip durmak, başında beklemek
{f} fısıldamak
solu

Tom yer, uyur ve beyzbol solur. - Tom eats, sleeps and breathes baseball.

Ben biraz taze hava solumak istiyorum. - I want to breathe some fresh air.

koku neşretmek
(koku/duygu/vb.) vermek
solumak

Ben biraz taze hava solumak istiyorum. - I want to breathe some fresh air.

hissettirmek
soluk almak
aşılamak
f. soluk almak, teneffüs etmek. Don´t breathe a word of this to anyone. Bunu sakin kimseye söyleme
breath
soluk

Tom soluklanmak için durdu. - Tom paused to catch his 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.

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

breathe a sigh
oflamak
breathe hard
solumak
breathe hard on
uhlamak
breathe in
can kulağı ile dinlemek
breathe in
solumak
breathe noisily
fosurdamak
breathe one's last
(deyim) hakkın rahmetine kavuşmak
breathe one's last breath
(deyim) kandilin yağı tükenmek
breathe upon
hohlamak
breathe down sb's neck
tepesine dikilmek
breathe excessively
sık nefes al
breathe freely
rahat nefes almak
breathe freely
nefeslenmek
breathe hard
zor nefes al
breathe in
can kulağıyla dinle
breathe in
soluk al
breathe in
soluk almak
breathe noisily
hırıltılı nefes al
breathe one's last
son nefesini vermek
breathe spasmodically
ara sıra nefes al
breathe down one´s neck
k. dili 1. başında dikilip durmak, başında beklemek. 2. rahat bırakmamak. 3. yakından takip etmek
breathe down someone's neck
(deyim) Birinin peşinde olup, onu sürekli takip etmek. "İ can't work with him breathing down my neck."
breathe heavily
nefes ağır
breathe in
Nefes almak, nefesi içine çekmek
breathe life into, give life to
içine nefes hayat, hayat vermek
breathe new life into
nefes yeni hayata
breathe out fire
ateş çıkarabilmek
breathe#in
soluk al
breathe, respire
nefes, nefes
breathe a sigh of relief
derin bir oh çekmek
breathe a sigh of relief
rahat bir nefes almak
breathe again
derin bir nefes olmak
breathe down somebody's neck
başına dikilmek
breathe down someone's neck
(deyim) ensesinde olmak
breathe down someone's neck
(deyim) tepesine dikilmek
breathe down someone's neck
(deyim) çöküntü olmak
breathe down someone's neck
(deyim) birinin tepesine dikilmek
breathe down someone's neck
(deyim) ensesine binmek
breathe excessively
sık nefes almak
breathe hard
solumak, sık ve kesik soluklar alıp vermek
breathe in
nefes almak
breathe one's last
son nefesini vermek, ölmek
breathe out
nefes vermek
breathe spasmodically
ara sıra nefes almak
breathe through one's mouth
ağzından nefes almak
breathe through one's nose
burnundan nefes almak
breathe upon
lekelemek
breathe upon
karalamak
breathe upon
üflemek
breathing
soluk
breathing
(Tıp) Teneffüs, solunum, respirasyon
breathing
hasret
breathing
hafifçe esiş
breathing
{i} bir nefeslik süre
breathing
"h' harfinin sesi
breathing
bir nefeslik zaman
breathing
ümit
breathing
nefes

Zatürre nefes almada zorluğa neden olur. - Pneumonia causes difficulty in breathing.

Nefes alma zorluğu vardı. - He had trouble breathing.

breathing
breathing space rahatça nefes alma imkânı
breathing
{i} nefes alan
breathing
dinlenme zaman
breath
soluk almak
breath
hafif rüzgar
breath
nefes almak

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

Burada nefes almak yasak. - Breathing is forbidden here.

breath
esinti
breathing
nefes almak

Tom nefes almakta zorluk çekti. - Tom has trouble breathing.

Burada nefes almak yasak. - Breathing is forbidden here.

breathing
nefes alarak
hardly to have time to breathe
çok meşgul olmak
breath
küçük bir hareket/işaret/iz
breath
soluklanma

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

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

breath
hafif rüzgâr
breathing
teneffüs
breathing
teneffüs etme
breathing
soluk alma
breathing
{f} nefes al

Nefes almada zorluk çekiyorum. - I've been having trouble breathing.

Zatürre nefes almada zorluğa neden olur. - Pneumonia causes difficulty in breathing.

hardly have time to breathe
başını kaşıyacak vakti olmamak
not breathe a word about
ser verip sır vermemek
breathing
nefes alma

Nefes almada zorluk çekiyorum. - I've been having trouble breathing.

Nefes alma zorluğu vardı. - He had trouble breathing.

catch your breathe
(deyim) bkz: catch your breath
hardly have time to breathe
başını kasiyacak vakti olmamak
hardly to have time to breathe
k. dili (birinin) nefes alacak zamanı bile olmamak, çok meşgul olmak
not breathe a word
(deyim) Remain silent about something secret, keep a secret about someone or something
not breathe a word about
şer verip sır vermemek
take a breathe
Bir nefes almak
breath
in the same breath bir solukta
breath
ağızdan çıkan buhar
breath
catch one breath soluğu kesilmek
breath
{i} fısıltı
breath
buğu
breath
insanın nefesini kesen
breath
aynı za
breath
bir nefeslik zaman
breath
breathtakingheyecan veren
breath
dinlenmek
breathing
{i} soluma
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык

Определение breathe в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

not breathe a word
(deyim) Sessiz kalmak, sır vermemek, bir şey söylememek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To repeatedly draw (something) into, and expel (that thing) from, the lungs

Try not to breathe too much smoke.

Figuratively, to live

I will not allow it, as long as I still breathe.

To repeatedly draw air into, and expel it from, the lungs in order to extract oxygen from it and excrete waste products
To exchange gases with the environment

Garments made of ****** and similar new materials breathe well and keep the skin relatively dry during exercise.

To rest; to stop and catch one's breath

Thus they fought stylle withoute ony reposynge two owres, and never brethid .

To whisper quietly

He breathed the words into her ear, but she understood them all.

Figuratively, to be relaxed or calm

the wind breathes through the trees.

{v} to respire, live, take breath or rest, move as air, exhale, give vent, utter silently, make to sund
manifest or evince; "She breathes the Christian spirit"
To respire; to inhale and exhale air; hence;, to live
To exhale; to emit, as breath; as, the flowers breathe odors or perfumes
To emit or utter by the breath; to utter softly; to whisper; as, to breathe a vow
To inject by breathing; to infuse; with into
If someone breathes something, they say it very quietly. `You don't understand,' he breathed
inhale and exhale, as in: Breathe in that fresh air!
to be breathing down someone's neck: see neck to breathe a sigh of relief: see sigh
allow the passage of air through; "Our new synthetic fabric breathes and is perfect for summer wear"
To suffer to take breath, or recover the natural breathing; to rest; as, to breathe a horse
Exposing the wine to the air
To inhale and exhale in the process of respiration; to respire
To express; to manifest; to give forth
utter or tell; "not breathe a word"
To promote free respiration in; to exercise
take a short break from one's activities in order to relax
{f} respire; exhale; whisper; blow
allow the passage of air through; "Our new synthetic fabric breathes and is perfect for summer wear
When people or animals breathe, they take air into their lungs and let it out again. When they breathe smoke or a particular kind of air, they take it into their lungs and let it out again as they breathe. He stood there breathing deeply and evenly No American should have to drive out of town to breathe clean air A thirteen year old girl is being treated after breathing in smoke. + breathing breath·ing Her breathing became slow and heavy He heard only deep breathing
If you do not breathe a word about something, you say nothing about it, because it is a secret. He never breathed a word about our conversation
To take breath; to rest from action
draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs; "I can breathe better when the air is clean"; "The patient is respiring" reach full flavor by absorbing air and being let to stand after having been uncorked; "This rare Bordeaux must be allowed to breathe for at least 2 hours" manifest or evince; "She breathes the Christian spirit" utter or tell; "not breathe a word" impart as if by breathing; "He breathed new life into the old house" be alive; "Every creature that breathes" allow the passage of air through; "Our new synthetic fabric breathes and is perfect for summer wear
Describes the process of allowing the wine prolonged contact with air Usually done through decanting a wine, but often just allowing a wine to sit in a glass will accomplish this
To allow the passage of moisture vapor from the substrate through the paint film
impart as if by breathing; "He breathed new life into the old house"
To put out of breath; to exhaust
As in "allowing the wine to breath " When wine is poured into another container, such as a wineglass, the mixture of air with the wine seems to release pent-up aromas which then become more pronounced
expel (gases or odors)
Permit the passage of moisture vapor through a paint film without causing blistering, cracking or peeling
reach full flavor by absorbing air and being let to stand after having been uncorked; "This rare Bordeaux must be allowed to breathe for at least 2 hours"
draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs; "I can breathe better when the air is clean"; "The patient is respiring"
To act upon by the breath; to cause to sound by breathing
To pass like breath; noiselessly or gently; to exhale; to emanate; to blow gently
To utter without vocality, as the nonvocal consonants
Hai Chai
v to take air into the body and let it out again
If someone breathes life, confidence, or excitement into something, they improve it by adding this quality. It is the readers who breathe life into a newspaper with their letters. = instil
be alive; "Every creature that breathes"
breathe down someone's neck
To follow or supervise someone too closely, making it uncomfortable for them

My boss never lets me get on with my work. He's always breathing down my neck and checking up on me.

breathe easy
To relax or feel secure about something

You can breathe easy knowing that your savings account is insured against loss.

breathe in
To inhale
breathe out
To exhale
breathe out
To exhale (something)
breathe one's last
to die

The man finally breathed his last after a long illness.

breathe down one's neck
be intrusive, look over one's shoulder
breathe freely
be at ease, feel free
breathe heavily
respire forcefully, breathe forcefully, huff and puff
breathe in
When you breathe in, you take some air into your lungs. She breathed in deeply
breathe in
inhale, take air into the lungs
breathe in
draw in (air); "Inhale deeply"; "inhale the fresh mountain air"; "The patient has trouble inspiring"; "The lung cancer patient cannot inspire air very well"
breathe new life into
cause one to feel rejuvenated by
breathe one's last breath
die, pass away
breathe out
let air out of the lungs, blow out
breathe out
When you breathe out, you send air out of your lungs through your nose or mouth. Breathe out and ease your knees in toward your chest
breath
A rest or pause

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

breath
A single act of breathing in or out

I took a deep breath and started the test.

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
The act or process of breathing

The child's breath came quickly and unevenly.

breathed
Simple past tense and past participle of breathe
breathing
A diacritical mark indicating aspiration or lack thereof
breathing
Present participle of breathe
breathing
{i} respiration, inhaling and exhaling
breathing
the process of breathing air in and out
breath
{n} life, air respired, a breeze, respit, rest, ease, single moment, instant
breathing
{n} a drawing breath, prayer, respit, run
Breathing
inhalation
allow to breathe
permit to breathe, enable breathing
breath
a brief unit of time - a second (see also heartbeat )
breath
Fragrance; exhalation; odor; perfume
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
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
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
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
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
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
That which gives or strengthens life
breath
A single respiration, or the time of making it; a single act; an instant
breath
A single word; the slightest effort; a trifle
breath
A single act of breathing in and out
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
Fig
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
Time to breathe; respite; pause
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
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 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 that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration; "his sour breath offended her"
breath
A very slight breeze; air in gentle motion
breath
respiration, as in: Hold your breath while I take the X-ray
breath
{i} respiration; air, light breeze; clue; bit, shred
breath
The power of respiration, and hence, life
breath
a slight movement of the air; "there wasn't a breath of air in the room"
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
an indirect suggestion; "not a breath of scandal ever touched her"
breath
Gentle exercise, causing a quicker respiration
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
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
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
with bated breath: see bated
breath
Air expelled from the lungs
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
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
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
The act of breathing naturally or freely; the power or capacity to breathe freely; as, I am out of breath
breath
a short respite
breathe in
inspiration
breathed
having breath or breath as specified; usually used in combination; "sweet-breathed"
breathed
past of breathe
breathed
having breath or breath as specified; usually used in combination; "sweet-breathed
breathed
uttered without voice; "could hardly hear her breathed plea, `Help me'"; "voiceless whispers"
breathes
third-person singular of breathe
breathing
Allowing a wine to mix with the air Aeration occurs by pouring the wine into a larger container, such as a decanter or large wineglass Breathing can be beneficial for many red wines and also for some young white wines Chemically, breathing enables oxygen to mix with the wine, which hastens the aging process If a wine stands open for more than 12 hours, it will begin to turn to vinegar as the oxygen continues to work Whether to let a wine breathe before serving depends on the wine Contrary to popular belief, it is not always beneficial to let older wines breathe prior to drinking, as this can cause them to "turn" - or go bad - before dinner is over
breathing
The act of inhaling and exhaling for the purpose of sustaining life Respiration
breathing
Also, in a wider sense, the sound caused by the friction of the outgoing breath in the throat, mouth, etc
breathing
The process of enhancing the bouquet by allowing air to come in contact with the wine by removing the cork and or decanting it prior to serving A young red wine will benefit from being given at least an hour to breathe Older wines benefit less
breathing
An audible change in the level of background noise with varying audio levels Most often used to describe an undesirable characteristic of companding systems A faster, somewhat more noticeable form is called pumping Back to top
breathing
Breathing place; vent
breathing
What a wine does when it is exposed to air through decanting (see also decanting) or swirling Opinions vary regarding whether or not breathing is beneficial to a wine
breathing
A term used to describe an engine's ability to fill its cylinders with air-fuel mixture and then discharge the burnt exhaust gases In general, the more air-fuel mixture an engine burns the more power it produces
breathing
Correct breathing is essential for good health; it also reduces levels of stress, as well as its signs and symptoms Slow and deep breathing influences the unconscious processes of the body and accompanies relaxation into the hypnotic state
breathing
A mark to indicate aspiration or its absence
breathing
Utterance; communication or publicity by words
breathing
the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation
breathing
Respiration; the act of inhaling and exhaling air
breathing
the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation passing or able to pass air in and out of the lungs normally; sometimes used in combination; "the boy was disappointed to find only skeletons instead of living breathing dinosaurs"; "the heavy-breathing person on the telephone
breathing
Exercising; promotion of respiration
breathing
mechanical process in which air is moved in and out of the lungs
breathing
Exposing a wine to the air by uncorking the bottle before serving Generally, red wines require more breathing time than whites, which sometimes require none Sparkling wines, for instance, do not need to breathe
breathing
Also known as 'pumping', the undesired audible rise and fall of background noise that may occur with a compressor
breathing
See Rough breathing, Smooth breathing, below
breathing
Air in gentle motion
breathing
Change in telescope focus possibly resulting from temperature changes incurred as HST crossed the day/night terminator during each orbit
breathing
passing or able to pass air in and out of the lungs normally; sometimes used in combination; "the boy was disappointed to find only skeletons instead of living breathing dinosaurs"; "the heavy-breathing person on the telephone"
breathing
when the glottis is wide open; aspiration; the sound expressed by the letter h
breathing
Allowing a wine to mix with the air before drinking This can be beneficial for some red wines and for some young white wines Fine red wines do not always benefit from breathing, however, and care should be taken to learn the vintages that can be harmed with this practice
breathing
Any gentle influence or operation; inspiration; as, the breathings of the Spirit
breathing
The act of respiration; a single instance of this
breathing
The process of drawing breath deep, not only to the chest, but deep into the abdomen Top of Page
breathing
Allowing a bottle of wine stand for several minutes (to several hours) after the cork is removed, but before serving it It is believed that wines may be improved by air exposure prior to serving
breathing
Stop; pause; delay
breathing
The process of drawing breath deep, not only to the chest, but deep into the abdomen
breathing
In audio terms, breathing is the change in audible level of background noise due to use of noise reduction or other processing If the processing is not set up correctly, background noise will tend to "jump up" in level during breaks in program material
breathing
Aspiration; secret prayer
breathing
bree-thing Taking in air and blowing out air
can't breathe
cannot take air into the lungs, cannot respire
breathe
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