English version

bated

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbatedbat‧ed /ˈbeɪtɪd/ adjective   with bated breath
Examples from the Corpus
batedI was waiting with bated breath for him to say something, anything, that wasn't a cliche.Neither Bradford nor Birmingham regrets entering the tourist trade - the industry waits with bated breath to see how Swindon fares.From July onwards the town of Whaddon had waited with bated breath.So now I wait with bated breath.
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