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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbreathablebreath‧a‧ble /ˈbriːðəbəl/ adjective  clothing that is breathable allows air to pass through it easily
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breathableGore-Tex: microporous membrane, glued to various fabrics making them waterproof and breathable.That's why GORE-TEX fabrics are waterproof, windproof and breathable.The Hall had become an island in space, its time altered, its atmosphere scarcely breathable.breathable airIt's light, breathable, compressible and very resilient, and nothing synthetic can equal its softness and lofting capabilities.Texapore: A waterproof, windproof, microporous, breathable fabric.But Daedalus wonders what breathable foam would be like as a total environment.a waterproof, breathable jacketThe upper is made from breathable nylon mesh with man-made leather reinforcements.It has a smooth, soft feel to the skin, is fully breathable, windproof and easy care.
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