Hindi translation of 'breathe'
breathe /briːð ब्रीद़्/
Word forms: breathes, breathing, breathed
1. transitive or intransitive verb
When people or animals breathe, they take air into their lungs and let it out again.
सांस लेना/श्वसन करना
The air was so hot, it was really hard to breathe.
A thirteen-year-old girl is in hospital after breathing in smoke.
breathe through your nose/mouth
SIMILAR WORDSinhale, exhale
breathing uncountable noun
Her breathing became slow and heavy.
2. transitive verb
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.
When you breathe in, you take some air into your lungs.
सांस अंदर लेना
When you breathe out, you send air out of your lungs through your nose or mouth.
सांस बाहर छोड़ना
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Example Sentences Including 'breathe'
A step creaked slightly beneath her weight and she stopped dead, hardly daring to breathe.LOST SUMMER (2002)
He couldn't pull himself free from himself; he had to tell himself to breathe.THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE (2002)
The next time the lift stops, at the same floor again, he stumbles out, hardly able to breathe.GOING OUT (2002)
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'breathe' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَتَنَفَّس
- Brazilian Portuguese: respirar
- Chinese: 呼吸
- Croatian: disati
- Czech: dýchat
- Danish: ånde
- Dutch: ademen
- European Spanish: respirar
- Finnish: hengittää
- French: respirer
- German: atmen
- Greek: αναπνέω
- Italian: respirare
- Japanese: 息をする
- Korean: 숨을 쉬다
- Norwegian: puste
- Polish: odetchnąć oddychać
- Portuguese: respirar
- Romanian: a respira
- Russian: дышать
- Spanish: respirar
- Swedish: andas
- Thai: หายใจ
- Turkish: nefes almak
- Ukrainian: дихати
- Vietnamese: thở
Translation of breathe from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary