alveolusveoli cannot deflate completely so less oxygen is taken into the lungs, leading to breathing difficulties.
deflate the economy means to set out to deliberately reduce the level of economic activity.
deflate the purchase price.
existent systems seize up or deflate, or public support evaporates whichever comes first.
This budget item may not be as durable as higher-end options, according to reviewers on Amazon, but it does inflate and deflate quickly and offer comfortable seating and sleeping.
The bed should not deflate if there is a power outage but it may be necessary to readjust the bed once power is restored.
It's when they start to deflate that you experience problems.
If you've been a freelance writer for many years now, you've probably seen the writing industry inflate and deflate like a balloon.
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