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inhale in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinhalein‧hale /ɪnˈheɪl/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  BREATHEto breathe in air, smoke, or gas opp exhale It is dangerous to inhale ammonia fumes. Myra lit another cigarette and inhaled deeply (=breathed in a lot of smoke).inhalation /ˌɪnhəˈleɪʃən/ noun [uncountable] One man was treated for smoke inhalation (=when you breathe smoke from a fire).→ See Verb table
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inhaleStella lit up a cigarette and inhaled deeply.Every time he inhaled, his lungs made an awful wheezing sound.It was later determined that Burke had inhaled poisonous fumes.It is dangerous to inhale the fumes produced by these chemicals.inhaled deeplyShe lay back on the ground and inhaled deeply.She turned back towards him, leant against the stove and inhaled deeply.Urquhart inhaled deeply and flexed his firm jaw.Bethany inhaled deeply and made the embers glow.She inhaled deeply and threw her head back to blow the smoke towards the ceiling.Lighting the cigarette, she inhaled deeply, drawing in a suction of relief.She inhaled deeply, her face a little shocked.