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breather

Saltos de línea: breather
Pronunciación: /ˈbriːðə
 
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Definición de breather en inglés:

sustantivo

1A person or animal that breathes in a particular way: a heavy breather
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • So take a good look at your weights, heavy breathers.
  • Heavy breathers should maintain a distance of four inches between mouth and phone.
  • I awoke to the sound of a heavy breather in the other bed.
2 informal A brief pause for rest: let’s take a breather
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We stopped to take a breather after playing one-on-one for an hour.
  • I stopped to take a breather as the picture on the screen changed.
  • They ran for a good hour before Michi stopped to take a breather.
Sinónimos
3A vent or valve to release pressure or to allow air to move freely around something: a cask breather a crankcase breather [as modifier]: a breather pipe
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Taking the breather cover off, he studied the carburetor valve.
  • Returning the screwdrivers to the tool box, he unscrewed the breather cover.
  • Replace the breather if the valve shows signs of wear or will not open and close easily.

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