respiration en Español

Pronunciación
s. respiración, aliento

Ejemplos

The respiration of fat and sweaty bodies, mixed with the strong smell of leather, floated over the regiments. All the men had hungry faces.
Una respiración de carne blanca, atocinada y sudorosa, revuelta con el hedor del cuero, flotaba sobre los regimientos. Todos los hombres tenían cara de hambre.
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A strong smell of acids penetrated the atmosphere, making respiration very difficult, and filling his eyes with smarting tears. On the other hand, the uproar no longer disturbed him, it did not exist for him.
Un olor de ácidos se esparció en el ambiente, dificultando la respiración, haciendo subir a los ojos el escozor de las lágrimas. En cambio, los ruidos cesaron de molestarle: no existían para él.
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The Ofitas have sought always to acquire that potentiality by means of artificial methods as the elevation of the Kundalini through the control of the respiration and other methods that very little have to do with the spiritual elevation.
Los Ofitas han buscado siempre adquirir esa potencialidad mediante métodos artificiales como la elevación de la Kundalini por medio del control de la respiración y otros métodos que muy poco tienen que ver con la elevación espiritual.
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Now, this activity is like artificial respiration.
Esta actividad es como respiración artificial.
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In aerobic respiration, we use O2 to oxidise sugars, e.g.
En la respiración aeróbica, se utiliza O2 para oxidar azúcares, por ejemplo,
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What you're trying to do is give yourself oxygen without shutting down... your O2 respiration trigger mechanism.
Lo que debes hacer es oxigenarte sin apagar... ...tu mecanismo de disparo de respiración de O2.
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The acute symptoms and signs in these cases of overdose included agitation, confusional state, coma, bradycardia, ventricular tachycardia, Cheyne-Stokes respiration, discolourations of skin, tongue and conjunctiva, and chromaturia.
Los síntomas y signos agudos de estos casos de sobredosis son agitación, confusión, coma, bradicardia, taquicardia ventricular, respiración de Cheyne-Stokes, manchas en la piel, la lengua y la conjuntiva y cromaturia.
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The monosaccharide glucose is the most important source of energy in the living eukaryotic organism and is used by cells in aerobic or anaerobic respiration.
El monosacárido glucosa es la fuente más importante de energía para los organismos eucariota y es usada por las células para la respiración aeróbica y anaeróbica.
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Respiration may be laboured and excessive lacrimation may be seen.
La respiración puede ser dificultosa y puede apreciarse un lagrimeo excesivo.
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These molecules are produced normally during aerobic respiration and are used by the body, for example to defend it against micro-organisms.
Estas moléculas son producidas en la respiración aeróbica y empleadas por el cuerpo, por ejemplo para defenderse de microorganismos.
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Sinónimos

the metabolic processes whereby certain organisms obtain energy from organic molecules; processes that take place in the cells and tissues during which energy is released and carbon dioxide is produced and absorbed by the blood to be transported to the lungs: internal respiration, metabolism, metabolic process, cellular respiration
the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation: bodily function, sniffle, second wind, abdominal breathing, heaving, body process, periodic breathing, Cheyne-Stokes respiration, snoring, breathing in, hyperpnea, external respiration, eupnoea, exhalation, inspiration, breathing, panting, intake, stertor, snivel, bodily process, smoking, wheeze, inhalation, snuffle, snore, breathing out, eupnea, hypopnea, artificial respiration, ventilation, hyperventilation, expiration, smoke, activity, aspiration
a single complete act of breathing in and out: activity, bodily function, body process, bodily process


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