This page is about the phrasal verb breathe in
Meaning: to fill your lungs with air by drawing it in through your nose or mouthSynonym: inhale, inspire
- breathe in When you breathe in, try to make the air go deep into your belly.
- breathe sth in I hate it when a truck blows a cloud of smoke from its exhaust pipe, and I end up breathing it in.
- breathe in sth I love standing by the ocean, breathing in the fresh sea air.
Nouns often used as objects with breathe in: air, smoke, dust, oxygen, gas
When you breathe in, your chest and lungs
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Contributor: Matt Errey