1) дыхание, вдох, вздох

I am short of breath. — Мне не хватать воздуха.

It is a waste of breath. — Это пустая трата сил.

He got his second breath. — У него открылось второе дыхание.

They are not to be mentioned in the same breath. — Их нельзя ставить на одну доску. /Их нельзя сравнивать.

The breath of slander never touched him. — Его никогда не касалась клевета.

Our breath was beginning to fail. — Мы начали задыхаться.

We were told to save our breath because the matter had already been decided. — Нам сказали, что говорить об этом нет смысла, так как вопрос уже решен.

- free breath
- rythmic breath
- struggling breath
- untroubled breath
- sobbing breath
- painting breath
- breath of air
- first breath of spring
- breath of suspicion
- shortness of breath
- with his last breath
- in the same breath
- with bated breath
- catch one's breath
- take a deep breath
- take breath
- be out of breath
- draw one's last breath
- be short of breath
- hope to the last breath
- lose one's breath
- recover one's breath
- suck in breath
- put out inhale breath
- give smb a little breath
- waste one's breath
- gasp for breath
- run oneself out of breath
- speak under one's breath
2) запах
- bad breath
- tobacco breath
- delicate breath
- offensive breath
- sweet breath of lilies
- sour breath of rotting leaves
- breath of stale tobacco
- have a bad breath
- smell onions on smb's breath

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  • breath — W2S3 [breθ] n [: Old English; Origin: brAth] 1.) a) [U] the air that you send out of your lungs when you breathe ▪ Leo could smell the wine on her breath. ▪ Let your breath out slowly. ▪ He s got bad breath (=breath that smells unpleasant) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • breath — [ breθ ] noun count or uncount *** the air that goes in and out of your body through your nose or mouth: He could feel her warm breath on his face. His breath smelled strongly of alcohol. a. the act of getting air into your lungs by breathing:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Breath — (br[e^]th), n. [OE. breth, breeth, AS. br[=ae][eth] odor, scent, breath; cf. OHG. br[=a]dam steam, vapor, breath, G. brodem, and possibly E. {Brawn}, and {Breed}.] 1. The air inhaled and exhaled in respiration; air which, in the process of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • breath — ► NOUN 1) air taken into or expelled from the lungs. 2) an instance of breathing in or out. 3) a slight movement of air. 4) a sign, hint, or suggestion: he avoided the slightest breath of scandal. ● breath of fresh air Cf. ↑breath of fresh air …   English terms dictionary

  • breath — breath; breath·er; breath·i·ness; breath·ing; breath·ing·ly; breath·less; breath·less·ness; Breath·a·ly·zer; breath·able; breath·a·bil·i·ty; breath·less·ly; breath·tak·ing·ly; …   English syllables

  • breath — [breth] n. [ME breth < OE bræth, odor, exhalation < IE base * bher , well up > FERMENT, BARM, BROOD] 1. air taken into the lungs and then let out 2. the act of breathing; respiration 3. the power to breathe easily and naturally [to get… …   English World dictionary

  • Breath — «Breath» Сингл Breaki …   Википедия

  • Breath — Single par Aya Kamiki Face A Breath Face B Mamoritai... Sortie 21 mai 2003 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Breath — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Breath (exhalación) es un montaje de escenario, escrito por Samuel Beckett, una versión modificada de esta performance fue incluida en el musical de Kenneth Tynan Oh! Calcutta!. Este trabajo fue estrenado en octubre… …   Wikipedia Español

  • breath — [n1] respiration animation, breathing, eupnea, exhalation, expiration, gasp, gulp, inhalation, inspiration, insufflation, pant, wheeze; concept 163 breath [n2] wind or something in the air aroma, faint breeze, flatus, flutter, gust, odor, puff,… …   New thesaurus

  • breath|er — «BREE thuhr», noun. 1. a short stop for breath; rest: »He had stopped for a few minutes breather. SYNONYM(S): respite, pause. 2. a person or thing that breathes: »I will chide no breather in the world but myself against whom I know most faults… …   Useful english dictionary

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