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English-German translation for: breathe
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VERB  to breathe | breathed | breathed ... 
SYNO   to breathe | to emit | to pass off ... 
to breathe
to breathe sth. [whisper sth. meaningful]
etw.Akk. hauchen [etw. Sinnvolles leise, stimmlos sprechen]
tech. to breathe sth. [e.g. inhale dust, fumes]
etw.Akk. einatmen
to breathe sth. [whisper, murmer]
etw.Akk. flüstern
oenol. to breathe
lüften [Rotwein]
to breatherespirieren
to breatheAtem holen
to breatheAtem schöpfen
to breatheLuft holen
2 Words: Verbs
to breathe againaufatmen
to breathe airLuft einatmen
to breathe deeplytief atmen
to breathe deeplytief durchatmen
to breathe easilyaufatmen
to breathe fire [fig.]Feuer speien [fig.]
to breathe fitfullyunregelmäßig atmen
to breathe freelyfrei durchatmen
to breathe hardschwer atmen
to breathe heavilykeuchen
to breathe heavilyschnaufen
to breathe heavilyschwer atmen
to breathe ineinatmen
to breathe ininhalieren
to breathe laboredly [Am.]schwer atmen
to breathe laboriouslyschwer atmen
to breathe noisilygeräuschvoll atmen
to breathe on sb./sth.jdn./etw. anhauchen
to breathe on sth.etw.Akk. behauchen
to breathe on sth.auf etw.Dat. blasen
to breathe on sth.auf / gegen etw. hauchen
to breathe outausatmen
to breathe quicklyschnell atmen
to breathe rapidlyschnell atmen
to breathe shortkurzatmig sein
to breathe stertorouslyröcheln
Unverified to breathe sth. away [stress, fear etc.]etw.Akk. wegatmen [Stress, Angst usw.]
to breathe sth. into sb.jdm. etw.Akk. einhauchen
to breathe strifeauf Kampf sinnen
to breathe upon sth.etw.Akk. anhauchen
to breathe vengeanceauf Rache sinnen
3 Words: Others
I can't breathe!Ich kriege keine Luft!
3 Words: Verbs
to breathe "I will" [at a wedding]das Jawort hauchen [bei der Trauung]
to breathe a sighleise aufseufzen
to breathe a wisheinen Wunsch äußern
to breathe a wordein Wort flüstern
to breathe a wordein Wort leise äußern
to breathe a wordmit einem Wort andeuten
to breathe down sb.'s neck [idiom]jdm. die Hölle heiß machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to breathe down sb.'s neck [idiom]jdm. (ständig) auf die Finger schauen [Redewendung]
to breathe down sb.'s neck [idiom] [pursue, pressure sb.]jdm. im Nacken sitzen [Redewendung] [jdn. bedrängen, verfolgen]
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A 2022-06-06: Suggestion; the German original seems to breathe a whiff of irony.
A 2017-11-04: Spelling: to breathE sb in
Q 2017-11-04: breathe sb in
A 2015-12-23: Wieso ist einatmen für to breathe falsch?
A 2015-12-23: Ich weiß, daß solche Sachen mit breathe in fast jeder techn. Anleitung stehen.
A 2015-12-23: Yes, that is an instance when breathe is translated by einatmen.
A 2015-12-23: Nicht nur beim Sicherheitssatz S23, der "laufend vorkommt" (Do not breathe ...)
A 2014-01-14: Without any context - as long as I breathe, I hope.
A 2013-10-01: Breathe out
A 2013-08-09: Baumwolle would be my guess, so it can breathe.
A 2011-03-02: Variant: his son did not breathe a word about where he was going to go
Q 2010-08-15: "Just Breathe" German Translation
A 2010-02-04: Yep. You kneel down with the head between your knees, and breathe out as m...
Q 2009-06-26: Einen Kuss hauchen = to breathe a kiss?
A 2009-05-14: not sure what's meant: to eat dirt ( = to be humiliated)? to breathe the d...
A 2009-01-20: Sometimes, all I need is the flair that I breathe...
A 2008-11-09: Grammar: Who will be the next president > Who do you think will be the nex...
Q 2008-03-07: to breathe on a daisy
A 2007-12-08: OK, so "exhale" = "breathe out", and "breathe out" = "relax"
A 2007-05-25: while allowing sufficient air circulation for the warehouse to "breathe"

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