breath

breθ

Перевод:

Noun: дыхание вздох дуновение веяние

Фразы:

deep / long breath - глубокий вдох

below / under one's breath - тихо, шёпотом

to bate one's breath - затаить дыхание

to lose one's breath - сбиться с дыхания

all in a / one breath, all in the same breath - единым духом

to struggle for breath - задыхаться

to waste / spend one's breath - пускать слова на ветер, попусту тратить слова

to take / draw a deep breath - глубоко вдохнуть

to draw in a deep breath - сделать глубокий вдох

to gasp for breath / air - тяжело дышать

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Примеры:

Sara took a deep breath. - Сара сделала глубокий вдох.

Let your breath out slowly. - Выдыхайте медленно.

Slow down, I need to catch my breath. - Сбавь скорость / темп /, мне нужно отдышаться.

His breath quickened. - Его дыхание участилось.

His breath smelt of garlic. - От него пахло чесноком.

It's so cold outside that I can see my breath. - Так холодно, что видно пар изо рта.

He was panting for breath. - Он тяжело дышал.

Don't run - you'll be out of breath. - Не беги, ты запыхаешься.

Hold your breath and count to ten. - Задержи дыхание и сосчитай до десяти.

I could smell alcohol on his breath. - От него пахло алкоголем.

Shaun took a deep breath and dived in. - Шон сделал глубокий вдох и нырнул.

Hang on a minutelet me catch my breath! - Подожди минутку, дай мне отдышаться!

She drew a deep breath. - Она сделала глубокий вдох.

His breath stank of alcohol. - От него воняло перегаром. (досл. Его дыхание воняло алкоголем.)

Their breath steamed the windows. - От их дыхания запотели окна.

Take a deep breath, then exhale slowly. - Сделайте глубокий вдох, затем медленно выдохните.

I took a long breath before speaking again. - Я глубоко вздохнул, прежде чем заговорить снова.

I was short of breath climbing uphill. - Я запыхался, взбираясь на холм.

He was overweight and short of breath. - Он был толстым и страдал одышкой.

a dying man gasping for breath - умирающий человек задыхается

a mint that freshens the breath - мятный леденец, который освежает дыхание

Hold your breath for six seconds. - Задержите дыхание на шесть секунд.

She stopped and took a deep breath. - Она остановилась и сделала глубокий вдох.

Gilbert was cursing under his breath. - Гилберт тихонько выругался.

She felt his warm breath on her cheek. - Она почувствовала на своей щеке его теплое дыхание.

Leo could smell the wine on her breath. - Лео почувствовал, что от неё пахнет вином.

He was suffering from shortness of breath. - Он страдал одышкой.

His breath has a garlicky smell. - От него несёт чесноком.

She took a deep unsteady breath. - Она глубоко и прерывисто вздохнула.

No singer should ever be out of breath. - Ни один певец не может позволить себе не уметь правильно брать дыхание.

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Связанные термины:

bad breath: halitosis

breath test: A breath test is a test carried out by police in which a driver blows into a special bag or electronic device to show how much alcohol he or she has drunk .

last breath: When someone takes their last breath, they die .

baby's-breath: a tall Eurasian caryophyllaceous plant, Gypsophila paniculata, bearing small white or pink fragrant flowers

babies'-breath: → baby's breath

breath freshener: a mint or other sweet that one can suck or chew to release a scent that freshens the breath

out of breath: gasping for air after exertion

to draw breath: If you do not have time to draw breath, you do not have time to have a break from what you are doing.

be out of breath: If you are out of breath, you are breathing very quickly and with difficulty because you have been doing something energetic .

catch one's 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.

hold one's breath: If you say that someone is holding their breath, you mean that they are waiting anxiously or excitedly for something to happen .

hold your breath: to wait in an anxious or excited way to see what happens next

intake of breath: When someone takes an intake of breath, they breathe in quickly and noisily, usually because they are shocked at something.

save one's breath: to refrain from useless talk

short of 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 .

under one's 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 .

with bated breath: If you wait for something with bated breath, you wait anxiously to find out what will happen .

in the same breath: 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.

shortness of breath: dyspnea; breathing difficulties

take a deep breath: If you say that you took a deep breath before doing something dangerous or frightening, you mean that you tried to make yourself feel strong and confident .

get one's breath back: When you get your breath back after doing something energetic, you start breathing normally again.

not hold one's breath: If you say that you won't hold your breath, you mean that you do not expect something to happen even though someone has suggested that it might .

take your breath away: to amaze and impress you

to catch your breath: If something makes you catch your breath, it makes you take a short breath of air, usually because it shocks you.

to fight for breath: If you fight for breath, you try to breathe but find it very difficult.

to hold your breath: If you hold your breath, you make yourself stop breathing for a few moments, for example because you are under water.

to waste your breath: If someone says you are wasting your breath, they mean that the person you are talking to will not take any notice and so there is no point saying anything to them.

breathtaking: If you say that something is breathtaking, you are emphasizing that it is extremely beautiful or amazing .

a breath of fresh air: someone or something that is pleasantly different from what you are used to

take one's breath away: If you say that something takes your breath away, you are emphasizing that it is extremely beautiful or surprising.

be a breath of fresh air: 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 .

take someone's breath away: strike someone with awe ; thrill

someone is wasting their breath: said to mean that there is no point in someone continuing with what they are saying, because it will not have any effect

for a breath of fresh air/for a breath of air: 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 .

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Однокоренные слова:

breather - сапун, респиратор, живое существо, дыхательное упражнение, короткая передышка
breathing - дыхание, придыхание, легкое дуновение, дышащий, живой, словно живой
breathless - затаивший дыхание, запыхавшийся, задыхающийся, бездыханный, безветренный
breathy - хриплый
breathable - пригодный для дыхания, воздухопроницаемый
underbreath - шепот, слухи, передаваемые шепотом, переданный шепотом

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