Synonyms of breathe in English:

breathe


See definition of breathe

verb

1‘she breathed deeply’

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inhale and exhale, respire, draw breath

puff, pant, blow, gasp, wheeze

technical inspire, expire

literary suspire

2‘at least I'm still breathing’

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be alive, be living, live, have life, continue in existence

informal be in the land of the living, be alive and kicking

3‘the Prime Minister would breathe new life into his party’

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instil, infuse, inject, impart, imbue with, transfuse

4‘‘We're together at last,’ she breathed’

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whisper, murmur, purr, sigh, say

5‘the whole room breathed an air of hygienic efficiency’

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give an impression of, suggest, indicate, be indicative of, have all the hallmarks of

6‘the wind was breathing through the trees’

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blow softly, whisper, murmur, sigh