Translation of inhalation in Spanish:

inhalation

inhalación, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌɪnhəˈleɪʃ(ə)n//ɪnhəˈleɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (breathing in)
    inhalación feminine
    • A slow inhalation with a 2 to 3 second breath hold followed by a slower exhalation is performed.
    • Hyperventilation is the repeated inhalation of fast, full breaths of air and rapid exhalation.
    • One class teaches children to breathe like a bunny - two short inhalations, followed by a slow exhalation.
    • There are almost 400 deaths a year from the inhalation of second-hand smoke.
    • Surrender to your next inhalation, let the breath breathe you, and simultaneously relax the body as much as possible.
    • She snorted and threw an arm over her stiff eyes, breathing with deep, even inhalations.
    • Upon inhalation, tiny particles are taken to the roof of the nose and up behind the eyes.
    • The normal pulse resides at the middle level and is usually about four or five beats for each complete inhalation and exhalation of breath.
    • Inhalant abuse is defined as the intentional inhalation of a volatile substance in order to achieve euphoria.
    • Breath control involves techniques for training the inhalation, exhalation and the period of retention in-between.
    • She made no noise except the occasional inhalation and exhalation of air.
    • A sharp inhalation of breath proved to Bryan that he was in fact getting somewhere with her, at which he had to suppress a smirk.
    • Breathe continuously, with no pauses between the exhalation and the inhalation.
    • The carcinogenic effect of diesel exhaust exposure is mainly ascribed to the inhalation of particles.
    • Another form of meditation practice is to focus your attention on just one thing, like your breath, carefully counting your inhalations and exhalations and noticing the pauses in between.
    • Treatment includes resting the voice and inhalation of humidified air.
    • The potential health hazards associated with inhalation of airborne pollutants are now well recognized.
    • Amanda took a sharp inhalation of breath before burying her face in Greg's chest, trying to hide from it, but she had seen it anyway.
    • She awarded herself a lengthy inhalation or air.
    • Vicki heard a quick inhalation of breath, a stifled cry, and a strangled curse followed by the slamming of the door to the room.
  • 2

    (of smoke, fumes)
    inhalación feminine