hyperventilate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v produce hyperventilation in
The nurses had to hyperventilate the patient
- v breathe excessively hard and fast
The mountain climber started to hyperventilate
- They will forgive Obama's less-flattering connections but hyperventilate over McCain's, or vice versa.
- The cable news networks hyperventilate.
- You'd hyperventilate too especially if, for the first time in memory, you don't have a job lined up.
- Bobby Petrino in USA Today
I hope I don't hyperventilate like some of the rookies do,Petrino said jokingly. "I think I will be OK out there, but I'm looking forward to seeing them play."
- Pat Summitt in San Francisco Chronicle
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49051 66609 hyperventilate I went into the locker room and said, 'Ladies, you just need to calm down.' They were about to hyperventilate," Summitt said.