Definition of 'breathe in'
Translations for 'breathe in'
British English: breathe in /briːð ɪn/ VERB
When you breathe in, you take some air into your lungs.
She breathed in deeply.
- American English: breathe in
- Arabic: يَسْتَنْشِق
- Brazilian Portuguese: inspirar inalar
- Chinese: 吸进
- Croatian: udahnuti
- Czech: nadechnout (se)
- Danish: ånde ind
- Dutch: inademen
- European Spanish: inspirar
- Finnish: hengittää sisään
- French: inspirer
- German: einatmen
- Greek: εισπνέω
- Italian: inspirare
- Japanese: 息を吸い込む
- Korean: 들이쉬다
- Norwegian: puste inn
- Polish: zrobić wdech
- European Portuguese: inspirar inalar
- Romanian: a inspira
- Russian: вдыхать
- Spanish: inspirar
- Swedish: andas in
- Thai: หายใจเข้า
- Turkish: nefes almak
- Ukrainian: вдихати
- Vietnamese: hít vào
Definition of breathe in from the Collins English Dictionary
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