anadlu, hanadluanadlwch, anadlaf, anadla’, anadlai, anadlais, anadlaist, anadlan, anadlant, anadlasai, anadlasant, anadlasech, anadler, anadlasent, anadlasid, anadlasit, anadlasoch, anadlasom, anadlaswn, anadlech, anadled, anadlem, anadlen, anadlent, anadlasem, anadlont, anadles, anadlest, anadlet, anadli, anadliff, anadlith, anadlo, anadloch, anadlodd, anadlom, anadla, hanadles, anadlwn, anadlwyd, anadlwyf, anedlais, anedlaist, anedli, anedlid, anedlir, anedlwch, anedlych, anadlon, hanadlasid, hanadlaf, hanadlai, hanadlais, hanadlaist, hanadlan, hanadlant, hanadlasai, hanadlasant, hanadlasech, hanadlasem, hanadlasent, hanadla’, hanadlasit, hanadlasoch, hanadlasom, hanadlaswn, hanadlech, hanadled, hanadlem, hanadlen, hanadler, hanadlent, hanadlwn, hanadlet, hanadli, hanadliff, hanadlith, hanadlo, hanadloch, hanadlodd, hanadlom, hanadlon, hanadla, hanadlwch, hanadlest, hanadlwyd, hanadlwyf, hanedlais, hanedlaist, hanedli, hanedlid, hanedlir, hanedlwch, hanedlych, hanadlont
Verb(1) draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs(2) be alive(3) impart as if by breathing(4) allow the passage of air through(5) utter or tell(6) manifest or evince(7) take a short break from one's activities in order to relax(8) reach full flavor by absorbing air and being let to stand after having been uncorked(9) expel (gases or odors
(1) All the rain we've had means that the worms can't breathe .(2) I had to breathe in deeply, to try and gather my thoughts.(3) The room seemed to breathe the air of a different era.(4) Decanting the wine also introduces air into the wine - letting the wine breathe .(5) letting a wine breathe allows oxygen to enter(6) breathe in through your nose(7) Put your lips over the mouthpiece and breathe in deeply and quickly.(8) She holds the client steady and asks him to breathe in deeply.(9) The soft tissues in the upper airway vibrate when you breathe in and out.(10) Such wines should be left to breathe for a short time before serving simply to allow any bottle sickness to dissipate.(11) plants breathe through their roots(12) When we breathe in, the lungs take in oxygen, which our cells need to live and carry out their normal functions.(13) Through the air process or through inhalation, you actually don't breathe in all that much mercury.(14) Plastic is no good for the soil because soil needs to breathe .(15) This helps the fish breathe and keeps the water from smelling rotten.(16) Close your eyes and breathe in very deeply, concentrate on the days pleasant happenings.
(1) to breathe :: i anadlu
1. inhale and exhale ::
anadlu ac anadlu allan
2. be alive ::
fod yn fyw
3. instill ::
4. whisper ::
5. emit ::
6. rest ::
7. suspire ::
1. depart ::
2. die ::
3. expire ::
yn dod i ben
4. perish ::
5. succumb ::
Different Formsbreathe, breathed, breathes, breathing
Word Example from TV Shows
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The dry mouth, the shortness of breath....
You have to try to calm down. Breathe in.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1
While I'm gone,
don't BREATHE on my pillow.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 7
and just trust--
Really? Really? Try to BREATHE?
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 14
Breathe and relax.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4
but if you could just BREATHE,
just try to BREATHE
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 14
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