Definition of Respired

1. Verb. (past of respire) ¹



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Definition of Respired

1. respire [v] - See also: respire

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Respired

respiratory sounds
respiratory syncytial virus
respiratory syncytial virus infections
respiratory syncytial viruses
respiratory system
respiratory system agents
respiratory systems
respiratory therapy
respiratory tract
respiratory tract fistula
respiratory tract infection
respiratory tracts
respiratory transport
respire
respired (current term)
respires
respiring
respiritualize
respiritualized
respiritualizes
respirocyte
respirocytes
respirologist
respirologists
respirometer
respirometers
respirometric
respirometries
respirometry

Literary usage of Respired

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1. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1843)
"I then passed and repassed the respired air over the leaf in the ... After ten repetitions in this way, I examined the state of the respired air, ..."

2. An American Text-book of Physiology by William Henry Howell (1900)
"The volume of air respired during each respiration bears generally an inverse relation to the respiration-rate, and is affected by the position of the body; ..."

3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1842)
"The lungs, therefore, of a child which had not respired, of nine pounds, would probably weigh more than those of a child of four pounds, which had respired; ..."

4. Heating and Ventilation by B.F. Sturtevant Company (1914)
"The air of the room, taken into the lungs containing 4 parts of CO2 (carbon dioxide) in 10000 of air, is respired with a proportion of 400 parts of CO2 in ..."

5. The Philosophy of Zoology: Or, A General View of the Structure, Functions by John Fleming (1822)
"On the tenth of January, the thermometer being at 43°, it respired at intervals in ... After every four minutes of repose, it respired from twenty- two to ..."

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