deep breathI take a deep breath.
breath of freshA breath of fresh air.
breath caughtHer breath caught on another sob.
breath beforeI waited to get my breath before cutting across the road.
breath hydrogenMCTT was therefore defined as the interval between finishing the meal and the first of two sequential increases in breath hydrogen concentration 20 ppm over the base line.
draw breathShe fought the futile urge to draw breath.
breath cameHer breath came a little faster.
breath awayThe man's cool arrogance took her breath away.
out of breathShe ran out of breath.
breath and iDifficulty with breathing, wheezy; must sit up to breath and is much worse (
warm breath‘Listen,’ he murmured, his warm breath drifting over her cheek.
take her breath
indrawn breathShe couldn't prevent her tiny indrawn breath.
breath testBuxton…says police should be able to carry out random breath tests.
breath to steadyShe took a deep breath to steady herself.
every breathWith every breath we should take in half a litre of oxygen, twenty per cent of which goes to the brain.