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Meaning of BREATHE

Pronunciation:  breedh

 
Matching Terms:  breath, breath of fresh air, breathable, breathableness, breathalyse, breathalyser, breathalyze, breathalyzer, breathe in, breathe out, breathed, breather, breathful, breathing, breathing apparatus, breathing device, breathing in, breathing machine, breathing out, breathing place, breathing room, breathing space, breathing spell, breathing time, breathless, breathlessly, breathlessness, breath-of-life packet, breathtaking

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 Definition: Dreaming that you are breathing rapidly indicates that you are experiencing some anxiety, tension, or fear concerning a new situation in your waking life. Dreaming that you are breathing underwater, represents a retreat back into the womb. You want to return to a state where you were dependent and free from responsibilities. Perhaps you are feeling helpless, unable to fulfill your own needs and caring for yourself. Alternatively, you may be submerged in your emotions. Dreaming that you are holding your breath indicates your stubborn state of mind. Your views may be one-sided and the dream is telling you to be open to the opinions of others. Dreaming that you cannot breathe indicates that you are feeling exhausted. Dreaming that you have bad breath, suggests that you are misleading others.
 
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