Breathing

Breathing is the process that moves air in and out of the lungs or oxygen through other breathing organs such as gills. For organisms with lungs, breathing is also called ventilation, and it includes both inhalation and exhalation. Breathing is one part of physiological respiration and is required to sustain life. Aerobic organisms of these types
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Breathing

• (n.) Respiration; the act of inhaling and exhaling air. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Breathe • (n.) Breathing place; vent. • (n.) Exercising; promotion of respiration. • (n.) A mark to indicate aspiration or its absence. See Rough breathing, Smooth breathing, below. • (n.) Air in gentle motion. • (n.) Stop; pause; del...
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breathing

(brēth┬┤ing) ventilation (def. 2).
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breathing

1. Respiration; the act of inhaling and exhaling air. 'Subject to a difficulty of breathing.' (Melmoth) ... 2. Air in gentle motion. ... 3. Any gentle influence or operation; inspiration; as, the breathings of the Spirit. ... 4. Aspiration; secret prayer. 'Earnest desires and breathings after that blessed state.' ... 5. Exercising; promotion of res...
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breathing

eupneic adjective passing or able to pass air in and out of the lungs normally; sometimes used in combination; `the boy was disappointed to find only skeletons instead of living breathing dinosaurs`; `the heavy-breathing person on the telephone`
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Breathing

(engine) A term used to describe an engine's ability to fill its cylinders with air-fuel mixture and then discharge the burnt exhaust gases. In general, the more air-fuel mixture an engine burns the more power it produces.
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Breathing

[Jason Derulo song] `Breathing` garnered positive reviews by many music critics, most of whom praised the production. The song attained moderate chart success, where it peaked inside the top-ten on the singles charts in Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Slovakia and Switzerland. Additionally, it reached the top-thirty in France, the Ne...
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Breathing

[Kate Bush song] The single was issued on 14 April 1980, four months before the album was released, and reached number 16 in the UK charts. It was the first single by Bush to feature a non-LP track on its B-side, `The Empty Bullring`. ==Content== `Breathing` is about a foetus, very much aware of what is going on outside the womb and frighte...
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Breathing

[lens] Breathing refers to the shifting of angle of view of a lens when changing the focus. Some (often higher quality) lenses are designed to lessen the degree this effect. Lens breathing does not prevent one from racking focus or following focus with this lens, but it lessens the desirability of any type of focus adjustment, since it noti...
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Breathing

[memorial sculpture] Breathing is the name of a memorial sculpture situated on the roof of the Peel Wing of BBC Broadcasting House, in London. The sculpture commemorates journalists and associated staff who have been killed whilst carrying out their work. It consists of a 10 metre (32 ft) high glass and steel column, with a torch-like, inve...
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Breathing

[Triptykon song] `Breathing` is a single by Swiss extreme metal band Triptykon. Released on 17 March 2014 via Prowling Death Records/Century Media Records, it serves as a teaser for their second full-length album, Melana Chasmata. It contains two tracks that eventually would appear in the album, `Breathing` and `Boleskine House`. ==Content=...
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Breathing

Breath'ing noun 1. Respiration; the act of inhaling and exhaling air. « Subject to a difficulty of breathing . Melmoth. » 2. Air in gentle motion. 3. Any gentle influence or operation; inspiration; as, the breathings of the Spirit. 4.
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breathing

a slow rhythmic variation in the brightness, colour or size of the television picture
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breathing

allowing wine to come in contact with air to open and improve the flavors. (see ;aeration;)
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Breathing

Being breathless, short of breath, may indicate a heart-related condition eg angina; or perhaps anaemia.
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breathing

breathing: see respiration.
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Breathing

Breathing: The process of respiration, during which air is inhaled into the lungs through the mouth or nose due to muscle contraction, and then exhaled due to muscle relaxation.
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breathing

Giving the wine access to air. This allows the full aromas of the wine to come out, and is particularly important for bold young wines. Decanting isn't only for your old dusty bottles! Air exposure is often the reason why wine tastes better at the end of a meal than it did right after it was opened.
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Breathing

Letting a bottle of wine stand for several minutes to several hours after pulling the cork but before serving it. It is believed that wines which exhibit off odors or tastes when first opened may be improved by air exposure prior to serving. Experienced tasters report that very old red wines are often improved by opening the bottle and decanting an...
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Breathing

Letting a bottle of wine stand for several minutes to several hours after pulling the cork but before serving it.
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breathing

Movement of air into and out of the air passages of an animal, brought about by muscle contraction. It is a form of gas exchange. Breathing is sometimes referred to as external respiration, for true respiration is a cellular (internal) process. In a mammal, breathing involves the action of the muscles of the diaphragm and the intercostal muscles (b...
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Breathing

Taking air in and out of the lungs
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Breathing

The act of allowing a bottle of wine to stand for a few minutes to an hour or so after pulling the cork but before serving it. It is often noticed that wines which exhibit off odors or tastes when first opened may be improved by air exposure prior to serving. Experienced tasters claim that very old bottles of red wines should always be opened an ho...
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breathing

the action of moving air or water across the surface of a respiratory structure, such as a gill or lung, to facilitate respiration (the exchange of ... [14 related articles]
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Breathing

The opening and closing of a mold to allow gases to escape early in the molding cycle. Also called Degassing. When referring to plastic sheeting, ?breathing? indicates permeability to air.
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