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He could feel her cool breath on his face.
His breath smelt strongly of alcohol.
She took a long slow breath to calm down.
Take a deep breath and dive into the water.
quick shallow breaths
If you’re waiting for him to apologize, don’t hold your breath.
She says the treatment is safe, and then in the same breath says that patients should be warned about possible side-effects.
I don’t think you can mention his poetry in the same breath as that of Heaney or Hughes.
It was one of those musical moments that can take your breath away.
This is the British English definition of breath. View American English definition of breath.