Definition of 'diaphragm'
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To be a good opera singer you have to use your lungs and diaphragm. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Use your diaphragm and stomach muscles while keeping your upper chest relaxed. Stay Well This Winter (1989)Miracle Her lungs and diaphragm also collapsed. The Sun (2010)Doesn't need special fitting, as a cap or diaphragm does. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)
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Translations for 'diaphragm'
British English: diaphragm NOUN
Your diaphragm is a muscle between your lungs and your stomach. It is used when you breathe.
...the skill of breathing from the diaphragm.
Definition of diaphragm from the Collins English Dictionary
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