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  • 1 Inhale — «Inhale» Sencillo de Stone Sour del álbum Stone Sour Publicación 3 de julio de 2003 Formato CD Single Género(s) Metal alternativo, Hard Rock, Post Grunge …

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  • 2 Inhale — In*hale , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Inhaled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Inhaling}.] [L. inhalare to breathe upon; pref. in in + halare to breathe: cf. F. inhaler. Cf. {Exhale}.] To breathe or draw into the lungs; to inspire; as, to inhale air; opposed to… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 inhale — [in hāl′, in′hāl΄] vt. inhaled, inhaling [L inhalare < in , in + halare, to breathe: see EXHALE] 1. to draw (air, vapor, etc.) into the lungs; breathe in 2. Informal to consume rapidly or voraciously [to inhale one s dinner] vi. 1. to draw air …

    English World dictionary

  • 4 inhale — (v.) 1725, to breathe in, back formation from inhalation or else from L. inhalare breathe upon, from in upon (see IN (Cf. in ) (2)) + halare breathe. Related: Inhaled; inhaling. Current sense is because the word was taken as the opposite of… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 5 inhale — [v] breathe in drag, draw in, gasp, inspire, insufflate, puff, pull, respire, smell, sniff, snort, suck in; concepts 163,601 Ant. breathe out, exhale …

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  • 6 inhale — ► VERB ▪ breathe in (air, gas, smoke, etc.). DERIVATIVES inhalation noun. ORIGIN Latin inhalare …

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  • 7 inhale — verb (I, T) especially technical to breathe in air, smoke, or gas: It is dangerous to inhale ammonia fumes. | inhale deeply (=inhale a lot of air or smoke): Myra lit another cigarette and inhaled deeply. opposite exhale inhalation noun (C, U) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 8 inhale — /in hayl /, v., inhaled, inhaling. v.t. 1. to breathe in; draw in by breathing: to inhale the polluted air. v.i. 2. to breathe in, esp. the smoke of cigarettes, cigars, etc.: Do you inhale when you smoke? [1715 25; IN 2 + (EX)HALE] * * * …

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  • 9 inhale — v. to inhale deeply * * * [ɪn heɪl] to inhale deeply …

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  • 10 inhale — [[t]ɪnhe͟ɪl[/t]] inhales, inhaling, inhaled VERB When you inhale, you breathe in. When you inhale something such as smoke, you take it into your lungs when you breathe in. He took a long slow breath, inhaling deeply... [V n] He was treated for… …

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  • 11 inhale — verb inhale deeply we d rather not inhale your cigar smoke Syn: breathe in, inspire, draw in, suck in, take in, sniff in, drink in …

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  • 12 inhale — UK [ɪnˈheɪl] / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms inhale : present tense I/you/we/they inhale he/she/it inhales present participle inhaling past tense inhaled past participle inhaled to breathe air, smoke, or other substances into your… …

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  • 13 inhale — [c]/ɪnˈheɪl / (say in hayl) verb (inhaled, inhaling) –verb (t) 1. to breathe in; draw in by, or as by, breathing: to inhale air. –verb (i) 2. to draw something into the lungs, especially smoke of cigarettes, cigars, etc.: do you inhale? {Latin… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 14 inhale — verb (inhaled; inhaling) Etymology: in + exhale Date: 1725 transitive verb 1. to draw in by breathing 2. to take in eagerly or greedily < inhaled about four meals at once Ring Lardner > intransitive verb to breathe in • inhale …

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  • 15 inhale — verb ADVERB ▪ deeply ▪ sharply ▪ Janet inhaled sharply when she saw him. ▪ quickly, slowly Inhale is used with these nouns as the object: ↑air, ↑ …

    Collocations dictionary

  • 16 inhale — Synonyms and related words: aspirate, blow, breathe, breathe hard, breathe in, breathe out, chain smoke, chaw, chew, cough, drag, draw, draw in, exhale, exhaust, expel, expire, gasp, gulp, hack, hiccup, huff, inhale snuff, inspire, nose, pant,… …

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  • 17 inhale — in|hale [ınˈheıl] v [I and T] [Date: 1700 1800; Origin: in + hale (as in exhale)] to breathe in air, smoke, or gas ≠ ↑exhale ▪ It is dangerous to inhale ammonia fumes. ▪ Myra lit another cigarette and inhaled deeply (=breathed in a lot of smoke) …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 inhale — in•hale [[t]ɪnˈheɪl[/t]] v. haled, hal•ing 1) to breathe in; draw in by breathing: to inhale air[/ex] 2) Informal. to eat or drink rapidly or greedily 3) to breathe in 4) to draw the smoke of cigarettes, cigars, etc., into the lungs • Etymology:… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 19 inhale — verb a) To draw air into the lungs, through the nose or mouth by action of the diaphragm. The hungry child inhaled her meal. b) To draw air or any form of gas (either in a pure form, or mixed with small particles in form of aerosols/smoke… …

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  • 20 inhale — To draw in the breath. SYN: inspire. * * * in·hale in hā(ə)l vb, in·haled; in·hal·ing vt to draw in by breathing vi to breathe in * * * in·hale (in hālґ) [L. inhalare] to take into the lungs by breathing; called also inspire …

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