breathe

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Synonyms for breathe

inhale and exhale

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breathe in

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Synonyms for breathe

to breathe in and out

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to draw air into the lungs in the process of respiration

to expel air in the process of respiration

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to have reality or life

to tell in confidence

Synonyms for breathe

be alive

impart as if by breathing

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allow the passage of air through

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manifest or evince

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take a short break from one's activities in order to relax

reach full flavor by absorbing air and being let to stand after having been uncorked

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BREATHING LINKS Controlling the way you breathe could be a conscious attempt in the beginning but it becomes easy once you keep at it.
Many children in western society habitually breathe through their mouths rather than through their noses.
When a mother sees that her son is not peaceful, she can invite him, saying, "My son, let's go together to the breathing room and sit and practice peace together." Together they sit and they breathe in and they breathe out.
There are books galore telling you how to breathe and what to do with your breath.
Also, learning more about the genetic basis of high-altitude acclimatization could help researchers solve medical mysteries, such as why some people naturally respond to similar lung diseases by breathing harder and turning pink, while others breathe less hard and turn blue.
A Normally, you breathe to give your body a steady flow of oxygen, a gas found in air.
According to Ramacharaka, one who breathes this way "elevates the ribs and raises the collarbone and shoulders.
But unless you've suffered from breathing disorders like asthma or chronic hyperventilation (often experienced as panic attacks), you probably haven't ever thought about the way you breathe. `When you learn how to breathe properly, you become more aware of your body and start to understand how your breathing affects not only your heart rate and nervous system but also your emotions,' says Christopher Hansard, director of the Eden Medical Centre in London (020-7881 5800).
They were astonished to find that a baby mouse from Australia called the Julia Creek dunnart breathes oxygen through its skin!
One of the first people I met, an English film producer, had just had the word 'BREATHE' tattooed on her wrist.
We don't need to think hard about the importance of breathing; we need to breathe to live.