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pant

To breathe rapidly and shallowly.
[Fr. panteler, to gasp]

pant

(pant)
To breathe rapidly and shallowly.
[Fr. panteler, to gasp]

pant

(pănt) [ME. panten]
1. To gasp for breath.
2. A short and shallow breath. Panting is produced by physical overexertion, as in running, or from fear.
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