English version

heave a sigh

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheave a sighheave a sighBREATHEto breathe in and then breathe out noisily and slowly once Rebecca heaved a sigh of relief. heave
Examples from the Corpus
heaved a sigh of reliefBut the country's 150m neglected tenants heaved a sigh of relief.However, as far as the retailers' 1992/93 profits are concerned, they have heaved a sigh of relief.When Tom Hanks passed on the news that evening on his way home, Seb heaved a sigh of relief.Elizabeth heaved a sigh of relief upon reaching Aumery Park Farm.We heaved a sigh of relief when it was over.
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