Translation of breathable in Spanish:

breathable

Pronunciation: /ˈbriːðəbəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (of the air) respirable
    More example sentences
    • I want to try and get breathable air over there and make sure the med lab hasn't detected anything dangerous.
    • Despite the planet's bleak look, our surveyor scouts believe there is breathable air there.
    • ‘The air is breathable outside,’ he said and stood up.
    1.2 (of clothes) transpirable

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