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Meanings of Breathes:

verb

Take air into the lungs and then expel it, especially as a regular physiological process.

Usage examples:

She was breathing deeply

Meanings of Breathful:

adjective

Having breath or life; alive.

noun

A quantity of air, smoke, etc., that is breathed in or out; as much as is inhaled or exhaled in one breath.

Breathier

ˈbreθ.i

Meanings of Breathier:

adjective

Producing or causing an audible sound of breathing, typically as a result of physical exertion or strong feelings.

Usage examples:

A breathy laugh

Breathiest

ˈbrɛθi

Meanings of Breathiest:

adjective

Producing or causing an audible sound of breathing, typically as a result of physical exertion or strong feelings.

Usage examples:

A breathy laugh

Breathing

briːð

Meanings of Breathing:

noun

The process of taking air into and expelling it from the lungs.

Usage examples:

His breathing was shallow
verb

Take air into the lungs and then expel it, especially as a regular physiological process.

Usage examples:

She was breathing deeply

Meanings of Breathing-in:

collocation

To move air into the lungs

Usage examples:

The doctor told me to breathe in and hold it for three seconds., breathe in for five seconds, then …

Meanings of Breathing-space:

noun

A period of rest from a busy or difficult situation in order to get your energy back or give you more time to think about what to do next

Usage examples:

Troubled companies have a 28-day breathing space in which they can reorganise their affairs., allow…

Meanings of Breathingly:

adverb

In a manner involving or resembling breathing; with or as if with life or animation.

Breathless

ˈbrɛθləs

Meanings of Breathless:

adjective

Gasping for breath, typically due to exertion.

Usage examples:

The climb left me breathless

Meanings of Breathlessly:

adverb

In a way that involves gasping for breath, typically due to exertion.

Usage examples:

Breathlessly, we run faster and faster

Breaths

breθ

Meanings of Breaths:

noun

The air taken into or expelled from the lungs.

Usage examples:

I was gasping for breath

Breathtaking

ˈbreθˌteɪ.kɪŋ

Meanings of Breathtaking:

adjective

Astonishing or awe-inspiring in quality, so as to take one's breath away.

Usage examples:

The scene was one of breathtaking beauty

Breathtakingly

ˈbreθˌteɪ.kɪŋ.li

Meanings of Breathtakingly:

adverb

In an astonishing or awe-inspiring way, so as to take one's breath away.

Usage examples:

The beach is endless and breathtakingly beautiful

Meanings of Breathy:

adjective

Producing or causing an audible sound of breathing, typically as a result of physical exertion or strong feelings.

Usage examples:

A breathy laugh

Meanings of Breccia:

noun

Rock consisting of angular fragments of stones cemented by finer calcareous material.

Usage examples:

Copious quantities of breccia

Brecciate

ˈbrɛtʃɪeɪt

Meanings of Brecciate:

verb

Cause (rock) to break down into angular fragments.

Usage examples:

Many deep-water limestones have been brecciated and then recemented

Meanings of Brecciated:

verb

Cause (rock) to break down into angular fragments.

Usage examples:

Many deep-water limestones have been brecciated and then recemented

Meanings of Brecciation:

noun

The process of breaking down rock into angular fragments.

Usage examples:

Hydraulic fracturing gave rise to brecciation of the banded rocks

Brechtian

ˈbrɛxtɪən

Meanings of Brechtian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the german playwright, producer, and poet bertolt brecht or his work.

Usage examples:

A masterpiece of brechtian alienation

Bred

bred

Meanings of Bred:

adjective

Past and past participle of breed.

verb

(of animals) mate and then produce offspring.

Usage examples:

Toads are said to return to the pond of their birth to breed

Breech

briːtʃ

Meanings of Breech:

noun

The part of a cannon behind the bore.

Usage examples:

The british reloaded their weapons, filling the breech with powder and using their rods to push in …
adjective

Relating to or denoting presentation of a fetus in which the buttocks, rump, or legs are nearest the cervix and emerge first at birth.

Usage examples:

Breech presentation occurs in up to 3 per cent of pregnancies at term
verb

Dress (a boy) in breeches after he had been in petticoats since birth.

Usage examples:

In those days it wasn't customary to breech a boy until he was about four

Breechblock

ˈbriːtʃblɒk

Meanings of Breechblock:

noun

A metal block which closes the aperture at the back part of a rifle or gun barrel.

Usage examples:

In addition to new breechblocks and hammers, the older extractor was replaced with a newer design.

Breechcloth

ˈbriːtʃklaʊt

Meanings of Breechcloth:

noun

Another term for loincloth.

Meanings of Breechcloths:

noun

Another term for loincloth.

Meanings of Breechclout:

noun

Another term for loincloth.

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