|breathe in, sigh||suspire|
|a sound made by snoring, breathe noisily in sleep, hoarse harsh sound made while sleeping, make a hoarse sound in the throat while sleeping||snore|
|act of breathing; making breathe, ventilating, distribution of oxygen, oxidation process in cells||respiration|
|act of fetching, apparition of living person, arrive somewhere by boat, cause to come, distance wind travels unobstructed, draw in breath, go after and bring back; call, gather; charm; deliver a blow; bring forth (sound, sigh, etc.); inhale; execute; b...||fetch|
|act of inhaling, breathing in; sound made when breathing in; powdered tobacco that is inhaled through the nose; burnt end of a candle wick, amount of snuff, destroy something, extinguish flame, inhale something, breathe in through the nose; sniff, smel...||snuff|
|act or sound of sniffing, breathe in through nose, inhale through the nose; smell; express disapproval by making a sniffing sound; take into the the nose by inhaling; perceive, sense, short inhalation through the nose; sound of a sniff; odor, scent, su...||sniff|
|amount in a puff, breathe quickly, emit gas in short blasts, enlarged region on a chromosome, exaggerated praise or publicity, exhalation; short quick breath; emission of vapor (or smoke, etc.); fluffy hollow pastry; swelling, bulge, exhale; breathe; e...||puff|
|apnoea, brief pause in breathing, respiratory failure; asphyxia; inability to breathe (Medicine)||apnea|
|become by roaring, breathe noisily, burn noisily, crash loudly, growl loudly, laugh loudly, loud crashing noise, loud deep cry resembling that of a lion; loud burst of sound, loud growl, loud laugh, loud shout, make a deep loud cry like that of a lion;...||roar|
|being out of breath, being unable to breathe||breathlessness|
|breath heavily and with a whistling sound; make a wheezing sound; speak while breathing heavily, breathe with a hoarse whistling sound, heavy breathing; trite saying; common theatrical gag, make a whistling or puffing sound, noisy breathing sound, ofte...||wheeze|
|breath out, breathe out, give off or be given off||exhale|
|breathe heavily; crave, long, yearn, fast heavy breathing, pulsate quickly, say something breathlessly, see also:pants, shallow breath, take short fast shallow breaths, trousers||pant|
|breathe in sharply, difficult breathing, labor to breathe, say something with gasp, struggle for breath; pant; breathe in sharply and suddenly, sudden breath, sudden intake of air; labored breath||gasp|
|breathe in, cause creative activity, exert an enlivening or exalting influence on; motivate, stimulate, influence; encourage; inhale, breathe in; provoke, provoke a feeling, stimulate somebody to do something||inspire|
|breathe in, deceive somebody, involve somebody in something||suck in|
|breathe in, inhale; inspire||inbreathe|
|breathe in, take into the lungs (air, smoke, etc.)||inhale|
|breathe life or energy into, animate, inspire somebody||inspirit|
|breathe long and loud, exhalation, exhale loudly in relief or sorrow; make a sighing sound; yearn, long for, express feeling in sighs, loud exhalation which expresses relief or sorrow or other emotions; sighing sound, sound of rushing air, make exhalin...||sigh|
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