Definitions for out of breath

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  1. out of breath(Adjective)

    breathing with difficulty

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  1. Anggiat Mora:

    This is first time I'm carrying my wife. I'm thinking :' Why are you so heavy ? finally I'm out of breath, and I set her at the back of the theater.

  2. Grand Duke George Alexandrovich of Russia:

    Of course it was good to see the family after 4 years, but it did not really do me any good, as I lost more than 5 pounds which I had put on with such difficulty in May and June. I also get out of breath more easily. So these are the results of my trip. Very annoying.

  3. Communication Fleur Pellerin:

    I don't know who you are Michael Keaton and that is just fine, but I know you are an actor with extraordinary talent and dexterity, capable of taking on the most diverse of roles, from the most tragic to the most comical, sliding from one to the other without ever running out of breath.

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