Learn how to say Breathers correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word breathe:
take air into the lungs and then expel it, especially as a regular physiological process:
she was breathing deeply
breathe in through your nose
he breathed out heavily
we are polluting the air we breathe
be alive; remain living:
at least I’m still breathing
literary (of wind) blow softly.
[with direct speech] say something with quiet intensity:
‘We’re together at last,’ she breathed
(of an animal or plant) respire or exchange gases:
plants breathe through their roots
[with object] give an impression of (something):
the whole room breathed an air of hygienic efficiency
(of wine) be exposed to fresh air:
letting a wine breathe allows oxygen to enter
(of material or soil) admit or emit air or moisture:
let your lawn breathe by putting air into the soil
[with object] allow (a horse) to rest after exertion.
(breathe upon) archaic or literary tarnish or taint:
before the queen’s fair name was breathed upon