дыхание; дуновение; веяние; вздох ; жизнь
- As one, they each took a deep breath.
- Cetaceans breathe through a blowhole at the top of their heads, enabling them to surface to take a breath while still swimming.
- Take a deep breath and think again.
- He sucks air for breath.
- Weakness was more of a problem, and lack of breath.
- She leaned back in her chair whistling softly under her breath, then remembered that it was vulgar for a woman to whistle.
- BREATH EASILY
- Underlying the practice of feng shui is a recognition of the function of the energy which the Chinese call "ch'i", or "the breath of nature", in the health and well-being of a person, and it is the fundamental principle underlying the ancient practice of acupuncture.
- I was conscious, too, of his fine, tanned hand holding the pencil, and of the occasional play of warm breath from his mouth, wholesome as home-baked bread, though he was a heavy smoker - much heavier than I. ft was I who introduced him to the Bisontes brand, a Spanish version of Lucky Strike, with a similar "toasted" flavour.
- Louis Untermeyer, Robert Frost's correspondent who was to be an influential anthologist, wrote of Poems (The Freeman , 30 June 1920) that "Eliot cares more for his art than he does for his attitudes"; and that "the exaltation which is the very breath of poetry - that combination of tenderness and toughness - is scarcely ever present in Eliot's lines".
- "I heard the shots and held my breath.
- We feel the savage assault and the cold breath of the infinite that causes this frost of many colours and the stilling of the images, with its beauty.
- The sentences must have a rise and full, an ability to flow onwards with pauses for breath, like full stops, or a moment's silence for the onlookers to assess what has just been stated and to understand its purpose and place in the design before the dance continues.