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to take someone's breath away

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  • take someone's breath away — ► take someone s breath away astonish or inspire someone. Main Entry: ↑breath …   English terms dictionary

  • take someone's breath away — ASTONISH, astound, amaze, stun, startle, stagger, shock, take aback, dumbfound, jolt, shake up; awe, overawe, thrill; informal knock sideways, flabbergast, blow away, bowl over; Brit. informal knock for six. → breath * * * take someone s breath… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take someone's breath away — his solo on the sax took our breath away Syn: astonish, astound, amaze, stun, startle, stagger, shock, take aback, dumbfound, jolt, shake up; awe, overawe, thrill, flabbergast, blow away, bowl over, stop someone in their tracks, leave …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • take someone's breath away — astonish someone with awed respect or delight. → breath …   English new terms dictionary

  • breath — ► NOUN 1) air taken into or expelled from the lungs. 2) an instance of breathing in or out. 3) a slight movement of air. 4) a sign, hint, or suggestion: he avoided the slightest breath of scandal. ● breath of fresh air Cf. ↑breath of fresh air …   English terms dictionary

  • breath — [breth] n. [ME breth < OE bræth, odor, exhalation < IE base * bher , well up > FERMENT, BARM, BROOD] 1. air taken into the lungs and then let out 2. the act of breathing; respiration 3. the power to breathe easily and naturally [to get… …   English World dictionary

  • breath — /brɛθ / (say breth) noun 1. Physiology the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration. 2. respiration, especially as necessary to life. 3. ability to breathe, especially freely: out of breath. 4. time to breathe; pause or respite. 5. a single… …   Australian English dictionary

  • breath — noun 1》 air taken into or expelled from the lungs.     ↘an inhalation or exhalation of air from the lungs. 2》 a slight movement of air. 3》 a hint or suggestion: he avoided the slightest breath of scandal. Phrases breath of fresh air a refreshing… …   English new terms dictionary

  • breath — noun 1) I took a deep breath Syn: inhalation, inspiration, gulp of air; exhalation, expiration; Medicine respiration 2) a breath of wind Syn: puff, waft, faint breeze 3) a breath of scandal …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • breath — W2S3 [breθ] n [: Old English; Origin: brAth] 1.) a) [U] the air that you send out of your lungs when you breathe ▪ Leo could smell the wine on her breath. ▪ Let your breath out slowly. ▪ He s got bad breath (=breath that smells unpleasant) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • take away — verb 1. remove from a certain place, environment, or mental or emotional state; transport into a new location or state (Freq. 5) Their dreams carried the Romantics away into distant lands The car carried us off to the meeting I ll take you away… …   Useful english dictionary


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