inhale inhale  /ɪn ˈheɪl/


  1. (v) draw deep into the lungs in by breathing
  2. (v) draw in (air)


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  1. With each inhale, the signal gets weaker and your heart revs up.
  2. Brook's data suggest that particulates are more active players in heart problems than ozone, and that two different processes may be occurring as we inhale unclean air.
  3. The Pfizer company and Inhale Therapeutic Systems announced that they are collaborating on a device that will allow diabetes patients to inhale insulin rather than inject the drug.


  1. Doctors warn smoking alcohol can kill

    The videos are step-by-step lessons on YouTube, demonstrating how to inhale alcohol vapors using dry ice or a plastic bottle and bicycle pump. The clips show young people getting an intense buzz from a
    on June 28, 2013     Source: NBC 12 Richmond

  2. 384th embraces return home

    Ashlee Carter is holding her two daughters in her arms, taking the deepest breaths of her life. Inhale exhale in out in and out again. The 24-year-old has been waiting for this day for how long? Thirteen months.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

  3. Dangerous viral trend threatens teens: 'Smoking' alcohol

    It's the dangerous new way teens are getting drunk -- and it's going viral. Now doctors say it could be deadly.It's called "smoking alcohol." You don't drink the booze, you inhale it. Sounds bizarre, but those vapors give you an instant high.Here's the problem: Doctors say it's incredibly dangerous and can be extremely addictive. Pure alcohol shooting into your brain. Doctors are issuing an ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS


  1. "They find the absurdity of who we are in every situation. That's what they're fantastic at. Even in a movie as tense as this, they give you the ability to kind of chuckle and inhale and take a breath," said Brolin. "You never know what's...
    on Nov 7, 2007 By: Josh Brolin Source: Washington Post

  2. "Within minutes and hours after smokers inhale that last cigarette, their bodies begin a series of changes that continue for years," Carmona said. "Among these health improvements are a drop in heart rate, improved circulation, and reduced...
    on Jan 23, 2007 By: Dr Richard Carmona Source:

  3. "I never understood that line," Obama said, who said he did inhale marijuana when asked by a student. "The point was to inhale. That was the point."
    on Nov 27, 2007 By: Barack Obama Source: CNN International

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