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Synonyms for breathalyzer

a device that measures chemicals (especially the alcohol content) in a person's expired breath


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The anti-alcohol rules will be enforced with the help of a breathalyser test.
The 25-year-old was arrested after a breathalyser test found 53 micrograms of alcohol per 100ml of breath.
Summary: A transatlantic airline pilot has failed a breathalyser test at Heathrow airport.
After failing a breathalyser test, he was arrested and found to be three times the legal limit when he was stopped in June.
US actor Bill Murray could face a drink-driving charge in Sweden after cruising through central Stockholm in a golf cart and refusing a Breathalyser test.
The results of his breathalyser test have not been released by police.
Trouble began when a 40 year-old man was stopped in a routine traffic check in The Hague and failed a breathalyser test.
Barton, 22, remained at the scene, passed a breathalyser test, and spent 30 minutes talking to police.
The suspect currently faces charges for causing death by negligence, refusal to undergo a breathalyser test, impersonation, assault, driving while suspended and disobeying a court order.
2) Huddersfield clubbers face breathalyser test before the party starts - watch how it works here Police and doorstaff at town centre nightspots set to launch breathalyser scheme from Monday, September 21.
Feedback reveals that of 245 motorists stopped across Anglesey and Gwynedd five failed the breathalyser test.
Mr Martin, speaking at Belleek Pottery in Co Fermanagh, said Mr Shatter needs to clear up details of his failure to complete a breathalyser test.
The plan is not to randomly stop cars and carry a breathalyser test on motorists, but to ensure that anyone who does not appear in control of his car will be stopped and tested.
And of those, 83 drivers failed or refused to take a breathalyser test.
A PARKINSON'S sufferer says she felt humiliated after being made to take a breathalyser test when her shaking was mistaken for being drunk.