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  • Breath | Define Breath at

    Breath definition, the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration. See more.

  • Breath | Definition of Breath by Merriam-Webster

    Define breath: air filled with a fragrance or odor; a slight indication : suggestion; the faculty of breathing — breath in a sentence

  • Breath - definition of breath by The Free Dictionary

    breath (brĕth) n. 1. a. The act or process of breathing; respiration: swam down to the reef, holding his breath. b. A single act of breathing: Take a deep breath. 2 ...

  • Breathing - Wikipedia

    Breathing (or respiration, or ventilation) is the process of moving air into and out of the lungs to facilitate gas exchange with the internal environment, mostly by ...

  • breath vs. breathe – The Correct Way to Use Each ...

    Keep using breath instead of breathe? Check out Ginger's spelling book and make sure you never confuse breath and breathe again!

  • breath or breathe? - Grammar Monster

    What is the difference between breath and breathe? A breath (which rhymes with death) is the air either inhaled or exhaled during breathing. To breathe (which rhymes ...

  • Breath vs. Breathe–What's the Difference? | Grammarly

    Breathe is a verb we use for the process of inhaling and exhaling. Breath is a noun that refers to a full cycle of breathing.

  • breath - Dizionario inglese-italiano WordReference

    breath - Traduzione del vocabolo e dei suoi composti, e discussioni del forum.

  • Breathe | Define Breathe at

    Breathe definition, to take air, oxygen, etc., into the lungs and expel it; inhale and exhale; respire. See more.

  • Breath (novel) - Wikipedia

    Breath is the twentieth book and the eighth novel by multi-award winning Australian author Tim Winton. His first novel in seven years, it was published in 2008, in ...

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