简明英汉词典

breathe
[bri:T]
v.
呼吸, 发出

美国传统词典[双解]

breathe
breathe
AHD:[br?Y]
D.J.[bri8H]
K.K.[briH]
v.(动词)
breathedbreath.ingbreathes
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To inhale and exhale air, especially when naturally and freely.
呼吸:呼气和吸气,尤指自然地和任意地

(2)

To be alive; live.See Synonyms at be
活着;生存参见 be

(3)

To pause to rest or regain breath:
小憩一会儿,歇歇气:
Give me a moment to breathe.
给我一会儿功夫喘喘气

(4)

To move or blow gently, as air.
空气轻拂

(5)

To allow air to pass through:
透气,通风:让空气透过:
a natural fabric that breathes.
可透气的天然纤维

(6)

To be exhaled or emanated, as a fragrance.
芳香散发出来

(7)

To be manifested or suggested, as an idea or feeling:
显露:思想、感情吐露出来:
A sense of calm breathed from the landscape.
那景色中透着平静

(8)

To reach fullness of flavor and aroma through exposure to air. Used chiefly of wine.
散发香气:暴露于空气中而溢着香气;多用于指酒

(9)

To require air in the combustion process. Used of an internal-combustion engine.
进气:氧化过程中需要空气。用于内燃机
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To inhale and exhale (air, for example) during respiration.
呼吸:在呼吸过程中吸进和呼出(例如空气)

(2)

To inhale (an aroma, for example):
吸进(如香气):
breathe the lush scent of lilacs.
吸进紫丁花的香味

(3)

To impart as if by breathing; instill:
吸收,注入:
an artist who knows how to breathe life into a portrait.
懂得如何把生命注入画像中的艺术家

(4)

To exhale (something); emit.
呼出;发散

(5)

To utter, especially quietly; whisper:
尤指平静地吐露;低语:
Don't breathe a word of this.
一个字儿也别说

(6)

To make apparent or manifest; suggest:
使…明显的,使…一目了然的;暗示:
Their manner breathed self-satisfaction.
他们的举止透出自满

(7)

To allow (a person or animal) to rest or regain breath.
允许(人或动物)小憩;歇口气

(8)

Linguistics To utter with a voiceless exhalation of air.
【语言学】 发清音

(9)

To draw in (air) for the combustion process. Used of an internal-combustion engine.
进气:燃烧过程中吸入空气。用于内燃机

习惯用语

breathe down (someone's) neck

(1)

To threaten by proximity, especially by pursuing closely.
威胁:威胁,尤指逼近、紧追不放地威胁

(2)

To watch or monitor closely, often annoyingly:
严密监视:严密地监视,常指令人恼恨地:
The boss was breathing down my neck all morning.
老板整个上午都死死地盯着我

breathe easily或

breathe easy 或

breathe freely
To be relaxed or relieved, especially after a period of tension.
松一口气,放下心来:尤指一段时间的紧张后放松或解脱

breathe (one's) last
To die.
死亡

语源

(1)

Middle English brethen
中古英语 brethen

(2)

from breth [breath] * see breath
源自 breth [呼吸] *参见 breath

继承用法

breathable
adj.(形容词)

现代英汉词典

breathe
[bri:T]
vi., vt.
breathed, breathing

(1)

呼吸
The doctor told him to breathe in deeply and then breathe out.
医生叫他先深深吸一口气,然后再把气吐出来。

(2)

生存;活着
the greatest man who ever breathed
永存的伟人

(3)

低语

(4)

发出气味;表现出感情
He'll breathe new life into the team.
他会给队里带来新气象。
They say the new general is able to breathe courage into the army.
大家都说那位新任将军能给军队增添勇气。
Will the new general manager able to breathe new life into the company?
这位新任总经理能不能给公司增添新的活力?
He really breathes fire when he gets angry! (喻)
他一生气便会大发雷霆。

(5)

(使花香)飘溢;(酒、衣服)接触空气

习惯用语

breathe down sb.'s neck
监视别人工作;紧逼盯人

breathe one's last
死;去世;断气

现代英汉综合大辞典

breathe
[bri:T]
vi.

(1)

呼吸

(2)

活着, 生存

(3)

歇一口气, 休息一下

(4)

(风等)发出轻微的声音; (人)低语; (香气)飘溢; (内燃机)以空气维持燃烧
When we breathe, we draw air into our lungs.
当我们吸气时, 把空气吸入肺里。
In making that plea he will breathe in vain.
他做那种恳求是白费口舌的。

词性变化

breathe
[bri:T]
vt.

(1)

呼吸

(2)

使喘息, 使疲劳

(3)

使歇口气, 使休息

(4)

发散(香气等); 吐露(真相等); 表现出(感情等)

(5)

低声说[唱]出;【语】发(气息音)

(6)

注入, 灌输; 赋与...以(生气等)(into)

(7)

喷(火); 吐(血)
breathe a prayer
小声祈祷
He became ill after breathing coal dust for many years.
他因多年吸入煤灰而生病了。
The letter breathes despair.
这封信表现出绝望的情绪。
She breathed new life into the party.
她为党注入了新的生命。

继承用法

breatheable,-thable
adj.

breatheableness
n.

词性变化

breathability
n.
透气性

习惯用语

breathe again
松一口气; 喘一口气

breathe forth
呼气; 吐气

breathe freely
安心; 松一口气

breathe easy
安心; 松一口气

breathe easily
安心; 松一口气

breathe one's last (breath, gasp)
断气; 死

breathe out
愤怒地说出

breathe through
赋予生气

breathe upon

(1)

对...哈气

(2)

弄脏, 玷辱; 诽谤

英文相关词典

breathe
choke    smother    suffocate    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

breathe
呼吸

美国传统词典

breathe
breathe
AHD:[br?Y]
D.J.[bri8H]
K.K.[briH]
v.
breathed, breath.ing, breathes
v.intr.

(1)

To inhale and exhale air, especially when naturally and freely.

(2)

To be alive; live.See Synonyms at be

(3)

To pause to rest or regain breath:
Give me a moment to breathe.

(4)

To move or blow gently, as air.

(5)

To allow air to pass through:
a natural fabric that breathes.

(6)

To be exhaled or emanated, as a fragrance.

(7)

To be manifested or suggested, as an idea or feeling:
A sense of calm breathed from the landscape.

(8)

To reach fullness of flavor and aroma through exposure to air. Used chiefly of wine.

(9)

To require air in the combustion process. Used of an internal-combustion engine.
v.tr.

(1)

To inhale and exhale (air, for example) during respiration.

(2)

To inhale (an aroma, for example):
breathe the lush scent of lilacs.

(3)

To impart as if by breathing; instill:
an artist who knows how to breathe life into a portrait.

(4)

To exhale (something); emit.

(5)

To utter, especially quietly; whisper:
Don't breathe a word of this.

(6)

To make apparent or manifest; suggest:
Their manner breathed self-satisfaction.

(7)

To allow (a person or animal) to rest or regain breath.

(8)

Linguistics To utter with a voiceless exhalation of air.

(9)

To draw in (air) for the combustion process. Used of an internal-combustion engine.

习惯用语

breathe down (someone's) neck

(1)

To threaten by proximity, especially by pursuing closely.

(2)

To watch or monitor closely, often annoyingly:
The boss was breathing down my neck all morning.

breathe easilyor

breathe easy or

breathe freely
To be relaxed or relieved, especially after a period of tension.

breathe (one's) last
To die.

语源

(1)

Middle English brethen

(2)

from breth [breath] * see breath

继承用法

breathable
adj.

英汉化学大词典

breathe
n.呼吸;vt.呼吸,灌输,吹动,说出

英汉计算机大词典

breathe
vt.呼吸(灌输,吹动

英汉中医大词典

breathe
n.呼吸,息,使疲乏

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