Definition of out of breath in English:

out of breath

Gasping for air, typically after exercise: he arrived on the top floor out of breath
More example sentences
  • Panting, she was out of breath when she held out her hands and gripped onto his arms tightly.
  • Half an hour later Liz walked off the dance floor and flopped back into her chair, out of breath.
  • After about ten more minutes, they were nearly to the top and both of them were out of breath.
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