Synonyms of breathe in English:

breathe


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See Spanish definition of respirar

verb

1‘she breathed deeply’

SYNONYMS
inhale and exhale, respire, draw breath
puff, pant, blow, gasp, wheeze
technical inspire, expire
literary suspire

2‘at least I'm still breathing’

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be alive, be living, live, have life, continue in existence
informal be in the land of the living, be alive and kicking

3‘the Prime Minister would breathe new life into his party’

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instil, infuse, inject, impart, imbue with, transfuse

4‘‘We're together at last,’ she breathed’

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whisper, murmur, purr, sigh, say

5‘the whole room breathed an air of hygienic efficiency’

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give an impression of, suggest, indicate, be indicative of, have all the hallmarks of

6‘the wind was breathing through the trees’

SYNONYMS
blow softly, whisper, murmur, sigh