Traducción de breathing en español:

breathing

respiración, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈbriðɪŋ//ˈbriːðɪŋ/

nombre

  • 1

    respiración femenino
    (exercises) (before noun) respiratorio
    (equipment) de respiración
    heavy/regular breathing respiración pesada/acompasada
    • I put the phone down when I heard heavy breathing colgué el teléfono cuando empecé a oír unos jadeos
    • Over time, one can replace shallow breathing with deeper breathing without having to consciously focus on it.
    • Normal breathing is a two-step process starting with contractions of the diaphragm creating a vacuum in the lungs.
    • The trick to yoga breathing is to hold the breath for about five seconds after inhalation.
    • This encourages the baby's lungs to develop and reduces the risk of breathing difficulties.
    • That same year, I stopped breathing for about fifteen seconds because I had a nasty case of scarlet fever.
    • Also, the heat was already affecting his mental processes and his breathing affected him physically.
    • As I walked in he was in the process of checking her breathing, his face tight with concentration.
    • This causes large bursts of breath followed by periods of shallow breathing or stopped breathing.
    • While breathing is an automatic process, it can be improved through regular practice.
    • My remaining lung has expanded and I have better breathing capacity than the average person.
    • Thomas' breathing was shallow, and he could say no more than a few words without pause.
    • Half of us shallow breathe instead of breathing from our diaphragm.
    • It deals with the physiological process of breathing and with the management of energy in the body.
    • Answers can be easily had through these breathing techniques.
    • At an elevation above 9,500 feet, my breathing deepened and my lungs labored in the thin air.
    • The team was joined by an anaesthetist who put a special tube into his lungs to improve his breathing.
    • For a few seconds, all that could be heard-with strained ears-was a shallow, crackly breathing.
    • The process requires both sufficient breathing and also adequate pumping by the heart.
    • Even his lungs are protesting the action of mere breathing, and he groans a little with each ragged breath.
    • This results in frequent episodes of shallow breathing or no air going into the lungs.