breathe out

breathe out
expel air

Exhale when you lift the weight

Syn: ↑exhale, ↑expire
Ant: ↑inhale (for: ↑exhale)
Derivationally related forms: ↑expiratory (for: ↑expire), ↑expiration (for: ↑expire), ↑exhalation (for: ↑exhale)
Hypernyms: ↑breathe, ↑take a breath, ↑respire, ↑suspire
Hyponyms: ↑snort, ↑blow
Verb Frames:

Somebody ——s


Somebody ——s something

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ˌbreathe ˈout derived
to send air out of your lungs through your nose or mouth
Syn: exhale

Take a deep breath and then breathe out when I tell you.

Main entry:breathederived

Useful english dictionary. 2012.


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  • breathe out — phrasal verb Word forms breathe out : present tense I/you/we/they breathe out he/she/it breathes out present participle breathing out past tense breathed out past participle breathed out a) [intransitive/transitive] to send air out of your lungs… …   English dictionary

  • breathe out — PHRASAL VERB When you breathe out, you send air out of your lungs through your nose or mouth. [V P] Breathe out and ease your knees in toward your chest …   English dictionary

  • breathe out — verb a) To exhale. b) To exhale (something). Ant: breathe in …   Wiktionary

  • breathe out — let air out of the lungs, blow out …   English contemporary dictionary

  • breathe out — Expire, force out of the lungs …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • I Breathe In, I Breathe Out — Infobox Single Name = I Breathe In, I Breathe Out Cover size = Caption = Artist = Chris Cagle Album = Play It Loud Released = 2001 Format = CD single Recorded = Genre = Country Length = 4:06 Label = Capitol Nashville/Virgin Writer = Jon Robbin,… …   Wikipedia

  • breathe — W3S3 [bri:ð] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(air)¦ 2¦(blow)¦ 3 somebody can breathe easy/easily 4 breathe a sigh of relief 5 be breathing down somebody s neck 6 not breathe a word 7 breathe life into something 8¦(skin)¦ 9¦(clothes/fabric)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • breathe — [ brið ] verb ** 1. ) intransitive or transitive to take air into your lungs through your nose or mouth and let it out again: He held her so tightly she could hardly breathe. We can no longer depend on the quality of the air we breathe. breathe… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • breathe — [brēth] vi., vt. breathed, breathing [ME brethen < breth,BREATH] 1. a) to take (air) into the lungs and let it out again; inhale and exhale, esp. easily and naturally b) to inhale (in full, breathe in) or exhale (in full, breathe out) …   English World dictionary

  • breathe something out — ˌbreathe sthˈout derived to send air, smoke, etc. out of your lungs through your nose or mouth • Humans take in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide. Main entry: ↑breathederived …   Useful english dictionary