To respire; to inhale and exhale air; hence;, to live.
- To inhale and exhale air, especially when naturally and freely.
- To be alive; live: A nicer person has never breathed.
- To pause to rest or regain breath: Give me a moment to breathe.
- To move or blow gently, as air.
- To allow air to pass through: a natural fabric that breathes.
- To be exhaled or emanated, as a fragrance.
- To be manifested or suggested, as an idea or feeling: A sense of calm breathed from the landscape.
- To reach fullness of flavor and aroma through exposure to air. Used chiefly of wine.
- To require air in the combustion process. Used of an internal-combustion engine.
- To inhale and exhale (air, for example) during respiration.
- To inhale (an aroma, for example): breathe the lush scent of lilacs.
- To impart as if by breathing; instill: an artist who knows how to breathe life into a portrait.
- To exhale (something); emit.
- To utter, especially quietly: Don't breathe a word of this.
- To make apparent or manifest; suggest: Their manner breathed self-satisfaction.
- To allow (a person or animal) to rest or regain breath.
- Linguistics To utter with a voiceless exhalation of air.
- To draw in (air) for the combustion process. Used of an internal-combustion engine.
- breathe down (someone's) neck To threaten by proximity, especially by pursuing closely.
- breathe down (someone's) neck To watch or monitor closely, often annoyingly: The boss was breathing down my neck all morning.
- easily To be relaxed or relieved, especially after a period of tension.
- breathe (one's) last To die.
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ജീവിക്കുക - Jeevikkuka ;വിശ്രമിക്കുക - Vishramikkuka ;ശ്വസിക്കുക - Shvasikkuka ;അടക്കം പറയുക - Adakkam Parayuka ;മന്ദമായി വീശുക - Mandhamaayi Veeshuka | Mandhamayi Veeshuka ;ശ്വാസം പിടിക്കുക - Shvaasam Pidikkuka | Shvasam Pidikkuka ;