Definitions for inhale
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draw deep into the lungs in by breathing
"Clinton smoked marijuana but never inhaled"
inhale, inspire, breathe inverb
draw in (air)
"Inhale deeply"; "inhale the fresh mountain air"; "The patient has trouble inspiring"; "The lung cancer patient cannot inspire air very well"
To draw air into the lungs, through the nose or mouth by action of the diaphragm.
To draw air or any form of gas (either in a pure form, or mixed with small particles in form of aerosols/smoke -sometimes stemming from a medicament) into the lungs, through the nose or mouth by action of the diaphragm.
To eat very quickly.
The hungry child inhaled her meal.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
To draw in with air; to inspire.
Etymology: inhalo, Latin.
Martin was walking forth to inhale the fresh breeze of the evening. Scriblerus Club , Mart. Scrib.
But from the breezy deep the blest inhale
The fragrant murmurs of the western gale. Alexander Pope, Odyssey.
There sits the shepherd on the grassy turf,
Inhaling healthful the descending sun. James Thomson, Spring.
Inhalation (or Inspiration) happens when air or other gases enter the lungs.
Inhale refers to the act of drawing air, smoke, or other substances into the lungs by contraction of the diaphragm and other muscles involved in the process of breathing.
to breathe or draw into the lungs; to inspire; as, to inhale air; -- opposed to exhale
Etymology: [L. inhalare to breathe upon; pref. in- in + halare to breathe: cf. F. inhaler. Cf. Exhale.]
"Inhale" is a song by American alternative metal band Stone Sour, featured on their 2002 debut album Stone Sour. Released as the third single by the band in July 2003, the song charted at number 18 on the American Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, while reaching number 63 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance at the 2004 ceremony, losing out to Metallica's "St. Anger".
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
in-hāl′, v.t. to draw in the breath, to draw into the lungs, as air.—adjs. Inhā′lant, Inhā′lent.—ns. Inhalā′tion, the drawing into the lungs, as air, or fumes; Inhal′er. [L. inhalāre, to breathe upon—in, upon, halāre, to breathe.]
A natural process within the body of an animal or human to cause air to move in through the nose to the lungs.
When we inhale air moves through our nose to our lungs.
Submitted by MaryC on February 2, 2020
The numerical value of inhale in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of inhale in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Laugh Hard, Inhale Slowly, Think Often, Love Alway's!
I tried marijuana once. I did not inhale.
A lot of that material from the birth or the spontaneous abortion or miscarriage of the livestock can transmit it. The main way that people get it is because they inhale material from the birthing of a livestock animal, that’s why you have to take certain precautions when you are working with a cow in the birthing process to make sure that you don’t inhale the material from the birth that may contain the Q fever bacteria.
I can only say, based on my personal experience, that if you’re sitting cross-legged, on the yoga mat, and you’re doing it and you’re really trying to inhale, and hold it and then have a long exhale, it is very relaxing.
You’re supposed to shut your eyes, I don’t want to shut my eyes on national television, i can only say, based on my personal experience, that if you’re sitting cross-legged, on the yoga mat, and you’re doing it and you’re really trying to inhale, and hold it and then have a long exhale, it is very relaxing.
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- aspirar, inspirar, inhalarCatalan, Valencian
- inhalieren, einatmenGerman
- inhalar, inspirar, aspirar, alentarSpanish
- inhaloida, vetää henkeen, ahmia, hengittääFinnish
- inspirer, inhaler, aspirer, ingurgiterFrench
- inhalar, inspirar, devorar, aspirarGalician
- inhalować, wziewać, wdychaćPolish
- aspira, inspira, inhalaRomanian
- вдохнуть, вдыхатьRussian
- vdihovati, vdihnitiSlovene
- ఉచ్ఛ్వాసించు, పీల్చుTelugu
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