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breathed US English

Having breath of a specified kind

breathe US English

Take air into the lungs and then expel it, especially as a regular physiological process

breathe upon in breathe US English

Tarnish or taint

breathe fire in fire US English

Be extremely angry

breathe fire US English

Be extremely angry

breathe again in breathe US English

Relax after being frightened or tense about something

breathe again US English

Relax after being frightened or tense about something

breathe life into in breathe US English

Fill with enthusiasm and energy; reinvigorate

breathe life into US English

Fill with enthusiasm and energy; reinvigorate

not breathe a word in breathe US English

Remain silent about something; keep secret

not breathe a word US English

Remain silent about something; keep secret

breathe down someone's neck in breathe US English

Follow closely behind someone

breathe down someone's neck US English

Follow closely behind someone

breathe a sigh of relief in breathe US English

Exhale noisily as a sign of relief (often used hyperbolically)

breathe a sigh of relief US English

Exhale noisily as a sign of relief (often used hyperbolically)