• bring a breath of hope to ...
  • …に一筋の希望をもたらす
  • get one's breath back
  • 一休みする
  • let one's breath out
  • 息を吐き出す
  • mutter under one's breath
  • 小声でぶつぶつ言う
  • out of breath
  • (運動で)息切れして
  • short of breath
  • (不調で)息切れして
  • 3), and its specific timbres, are clearly emulated in Takemitsu's writing for brass instruments; even similarities of performance practice can be seen, (the players are often required to hold notes to the limit of their breath capacity).
  • Wikipedia: Toru Takemitsu
  • A drop in red blood cell count (anemia) can cause fatigue, paleness, and shortness of breath.
  • Wikipedia: Acute myeloid leukemia
  • A few miles later, short of breath and with continued chest pain, he asked Alward to drive him to a hospital.
  • Wikipedia: Terry Fox
  • After three minutes you begin to take deep breaths.
  • Wikipedia: Loveless (album)
  • After years of politics being dominated by the elderly Menzies and Calwell, the younger Holt was seen as a breath of fresh air, and attracted public interest and support in the run-up to the November election.
  • Wikipedia: Gough Whitlam
  • Although it can hold its breath for up to five minutes, its dives typically last about one minute and no more than four.
  • Wikipedia: Sea otter
  • Buckshot was praised not only for his lyricism, but also for his lyrical delivery and breath control, with his flow and dramatic, conversational vocal tones being seen as original and entertaining.
  • Wikipedia: Enta da Stage
  • Finding himself becalmed, Hull acted on a suggestion given by Charles Morris, ordering the crew to put boats over the side to tow the ship out of range, using kedge anchors to draw the ship forward, and wetting the sails down to take advantage of every breath of wind.
  • Wikipedia: USS Constitution
  • He had even trained himself to hold his breath for up to two minutes, so that he could take his time and not disturb slowly exposing images.
  • Wikipedia: Roman Vishniac
  • He spoke of King Kalākaua on his deathbed, whispering the king's name with his dying breath.
  • Wikipedia: Elias Abraham Rosenberg
  • His accuracy and stamina allowed Ray Lindwall and Keith Miller, one of Australia's finest fast bowling pairs of all time, to draw breath between short and incisive bursts of pace and swing.
  • Wikipedia: Ernie Toshack
  • If breathing elevated partial pressures of oxygen is not discontinued, patients experience a mild burning on inhalation along with uncontrollable coughing and occasional shortness of breath (dyspnoea).
  • Wikipedia: Oxygen toxicity
  • In Chinese opera, breath is based in the pubic region and supported by the abdominal muscles.
  • Wikipedia: Peking opera
  • In March, Edwards appeared as Holofernes in Love's Labour's Lost at Augustin Daly's Daly Theatre, but was often short of breath and unable to keep pace with the run—his part was given to a young Tyrone Power who also covered Edwards' old role of Sir Oliver Surface for Daly's road show of The School for Scandal.
  • Wikipedia: Henry Edwards (entomologist)
  • In one Shipib tale, an anteater challenged a jaguar to a breath holding contest underwater, which the jaguar accepted.
  • Wikipedia: Giant anteater