Definition of 'inhale'
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Two were hospitalised after inhaling cement fumes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)People were going to inhale and exhale on behalf of a person or cause. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They can be put into bags or poured onto rags and the fumes inhaled. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)When cops found him at a park outside the vehicle he had inhaled poisonous gas but was alive. The Sun (2015)He needed to inhale deeply to bring the air through the filters and each breath hurt his damaged lung. BomberWhen we inhale and exhale in this relaxed way our thoughts are clearer and we are less prone to irrational concerns. The Sun (2015)Stand up, push your arms high over your head as you inhale deeply. The Sun (2010)Breathe in and out deeply, inhaling the steam. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)He races to the farm and finds the trio lying motionless, having inhaled poisonous gas! The Sun (2010)You had to be careful not to inhale too deeply for fear of freezing or scalding one's lungs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Used Occasionally. inhale is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'inhale'
British English: inhale VERB
When you inhale, you breathe in. When you inhale something such as smoke, you take it into your lungs when you breathe in.
He took a long slow breath, inhaling deeply.
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