exhalation
[ɛksəˈleɪʃ(ə)n]
NOUN
  1. the process or action of exhaling.
    "the gas produced at the end of exhalation from deep within the lung"
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the gas produced at the end of exhalation from deep within the lung.
the nocturnal exhalation of vapours from decaying vegetable matter.
he let his breath out in a long exhalation of relief.
moist exhalations from the sea.
How to say exhalation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)uitaseming
Arabic (NOUN)زفير
Bangla প্রশ্বাস
Bosnian (Latin) izdah
Bulgarian издишване
Cantonese (Traditional) 透氣
Catalan (NOUN)exhalació, expiració
Chinese Simplified 呼 气
Chinese Traditional 呼 氣
Croatian izdah
Czech výdechu
Danish (NOUN)udånding
Dutch uitademing
Estonian väljahingamine
Finnish uloshengitys
French (NOUN)expiration
German (NOUN)ausatmen
Greek (NOUN)εκπνοή, εκροής
Haitian Creole ekzalasyon
Hebrew נשיפה
Hindi साँस छोड़ना
Hungarian kilégzés
Indonesian napas
Italian (NOUN)espirazione, esalazione
Japanese (NOUN)呼気, 吐出, 発散
Korean 증발 기
Latvian izelpa
Lithuanian iškvėpimas
Norwegian Bokmål utånding
Persian بازدم
Polish wydech
Portuguese (NOUN)exalação, expiração, bafo
Querétaro Otomi exhalación
Romanian expiraţie
Russian (NOUN)выдох
Serbian (Cyrillic) комбинација са дахом
Serbian (Latin) kombinacija sa dahom
Slovak výdych
Slovenian (NOUN)Izdisanje
Spanish (NOUN)exhalación, espiración
Swedish (NOUN)utandning
Tamil வெளிச்சுவாசம்
Telugu నిశ్వాసం
Thai หายใจออก
Turkish Soluk verme
Ukrainian (NOUN)видиху
Urdu سانس چھوڑنا
Vietnamese bốc hơi
Welsh anadlu allan
Yucatec Maya exhalación
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