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  1. Breath definition is - air filled with a fragrance or odor. How to use breath in a sentence.
  2. noun the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration. respiration, especially as necessary to life.
  3. Breathe definition is - to draw air into and expel it from the lungs: respire; broadly: to take in oxygen and give out carbon dioxide through natural processes. How to use breathe in a sentence.
  4. Breath /breθ/ is a noun. Your breath is the air that you take into your lungs and let out again when you breathe. She took a deep breath, then started to explain. I could smell the coffee on his breath.
  5. Jun 01,  · Movie Info In the s, in a remote corner of the Western Australian coast, two teenage boys, Pikelet and Loonie, are hungry for discovery. The pair form an unlikely friendship with Sando, a 80%.
  6. May 03,  · Directed by Simon Baker. With Samson Coulter, Ben Spence, Simon Baker, Elizabeth Debicki. After developing an interest in surfing, a teenage boy and his friend forge an unlikely friendship with an older surfer/10(K).
  7. Breath is part scientific quest, part historical insight, part Hero’s Journey, full of groundbreaking ideas, and a rollicking good read. I had no idea that the simple and intuitive act of inhaling and exhaling has taken such an evolutionary hit. As a result, I figured out why I sleep so badly and why my breathing feels so often out of sync/5(34).
  8. Breathe definition, to take air, oxygen, etc., into the lungs and expel it; inhale and exhale; respire. See more.

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