To repeatedly draw air into, and expel it from, the lungs in order to extract oxygen from it and excrete waste products. (verb)
Examples of word breathe
But the student should learn to inspire through the slightly open mouth, as to breathe through the nose in speaking, and especially in singing, is objectionable for several reasons which can be better explained later; so that the rule is to _breathe through the nose when not using the voice, and through the mouth when one does_.
I count each time I press down, interrupting the count to insert the word breathe and then starting again.
She pauses for a second, mouthing the word breathe to him.
It would have been a sacrifice, defacing the sweet sign above the town hall's entry, but l'eau, just like the air we breathe, is a human right that should not rhyme with industry.
Clause A could apply to, as being unable to breathe is very uncomfortable and gets increasingly so very quickly, as any child swimming frantically to the surface of a pool after seeing how long he or she can sit on the bottom can attest.
All vegetables are living organisms, just about anything you eat, touch or breathe is a living organism.