air hunger

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air hunger

[′er ‚həŋ·gər]
(medicine)
The deep, gasping respiration characteristic of severe diabetic acidosis and coma.
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McKinney update: UCLA sophomore Matt McKinney underwent more tests to determine why he's getting winded after just a few minutes of activity.
CNN, the first 24-hour TV news channel, seems to be getting winded in the increasingly heated competition for ratings and audience share.
Ian Thorpe (Australia), swimming: In addition to crushing the competition, Thorpe's superior conditioning enabled him to climb up and down medal stands at the World Cup in Sheffield, England, and the Olympics in Sydney without getting winded.
Breathing deeply and slowly keeps you from getting winded during playtime or sports and helps you think more clearly while you're at rest.
An insider said: "Michael can't walk very far without getting winded.
For Galloway, the disease means getting winded or heat exhaustion more easily than other people.
What we are seeing in the data is a recovering M&A market that appears strong enough to run at a sprint, but not strong enough to sprint without getting winded," said Andrew T.
But something felt right about hunting there that particular evening, so I headed to my stand, taking extra precautions to avoid getting winded by any bedded deer on the walk in.
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