Respire

  • 1Respire — Single par Mickey 3D extrait de l’album Tu vas pas mourir de rire Face B Chanson de rien du tout Sortie 24 mars 2003 Durée 3:45 Genre Folk …

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  • 2Respire — Re*spire (r?*sp?r), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Respired} ( sp?rd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Respiring}.] [L. respirare, respiratum; pref. re re + spirare to breathe: cf. F. respirer. See {Spirit}.] 1. To take breath again; hence, to take rest or refreshment.… …

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  • 3Respire — Re*spire , v. t. 1. To breathe in and out; to inspire and expire,, as air; to breathe. [1913 Webster] A native of the land where I respire The clear air for a while. Byron. [1913 Webster] 2. To breathe out; to exhale. [R.] B. Jonson. [1913… …

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  • 4respiré — respiré, ée (rè spi ré, rée) part. passé de respirer. Attiré dans la poitrine par la respiration. Des vapeurs dangereuses respirées imprudemment …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 5respire — late 14c., from O.Fr. respirer, from L. respirare breathe again, breathe in and out, from re again + spirare to breathe (see SPIRIT (Cf. spirit)) …

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  • 6respiré — Respiré, [respir]ée. part …

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  • 7respire — ► VERB 1) breathe. 2) (of a plant) carry out respiration. DERIVATIVES respirable adjective. ORIGIN Latin respirare breathe out …

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  • 8respire — [ri spīr′] vi. respired, respiring [ME respiren < OFr respirer < L respirare < re , back + spirare, to breathe: see SPIRIT] 1. to breathe or carry on respiration; inhale and exhale air 2. Old Poet. to breathe freely or easily again, as… …

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  • 9respire — respir ou respire [ʀɛspiʀ] n. m. ÉTYM. 1530, respir; respire, XIXe; de respirer. ❖ ♦ Vx ou régional. Respiration. || « Le trot (…) coupait le respire à la grosse Sévère » (Sand …

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  • 10respire — UK [rɪˈspaɪə(r)] / US [rɪˈspaɪr] verb [intransitive] Word forms respire : present tense I/you/we/they respire he/she/it respires present participle respiring past tense respired past participle respired 1) medical to breathe 2) biology a body… …

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  • 11respire — verb (respired; respiring) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin respirare, from re + spirare to blow, breathe Date: 15th century intransitive verb 1. breathe; specifically to inhale and exhale air successively 2. of a cell or tissue to take up… …

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  • 12respire — /ri spuyeur /, v., respired, respiring. v.i. 1. to inhale and exhale air for the purpose of maintaining life; breathe. 2. to breathe freely again, after anxiety, trouble, etc. v.t. 3. to breathe; inhale and exhale. 4. to exhale. [1375 1425; late… …

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  • 13respire — verb a) To breathe in and out. b) To engage in the process of respiration. See Also: respiration, suspire …

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  • 14respire — 1. To breathe. 2. To consume oxygen and produce carbon dioxide by metabolism. [L. respiro, to breathe] * * * re·spire ri spī(ə)r vb, re·spired; re·spir·ing vi 1) BREATHE specif to inhale and exhale air successively …

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  • 15respire — Synonyms and related words: be alive, be animate, blow, breathe, breathe hard, breathe in, breathe out, cough, draw breath, exhale, exhaust, exist, expel, expire, fetch breath, gasp, gulp, hack, have life, hiccup, huff, inhale, inspire, live,… …

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  • 16respire — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. i. breathe (see wind). II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To breathe in and out: breathe. See BREATH …

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  • 17respire — re|spire [rıˈspaıə US ˈspaır] v [i]technical to breathe …

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  • 18respire — re|spire [ rı spaır ] verb intransitive MEDICAL to breathe …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19respire — see SPIRIT …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 20respire — re·spire || rɪ spaɪə(r) v. breathe, inhale and exhale …

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