English version

a breath of air/wind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha breath of air/winda breath of air/windliteraryAIR a slight movement of air Scarcely a breath of air disturbed the stillness of the day. breath
Examples from the Corpus
a breath of air/windScarcely a breath of air disturbed the stillness of the day.Not a breath of air disturbs the tranquil spectacle.Ramsey presumably leant out for a breath of air.There was complete silence and not even a breath of wind disturbed the peace.The moon was hidden under a veil of clouds, and there was not a breath of wind.There was not a breath of wind blowing, and not a leaf or blade of grass stirred.There was scarcely a breath of wind.It had been a very cold but bright morning, without a breath of wind.
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