breathy

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breath·y

 (brĕth′ē)
adj. breath·i·er, breath·i·est
Marked by audible or noisy breathing: a breathy voice.

breath′i·ly adv.
breath′i·ness n.

breathy

(ˈbrɛθɪ)
adj, breathier or breathiest
1. (of the speaking voice) accompanied by an audible emission of breath
2. (of the singing voice) lacking resonance
ˈbreathily adv
ˈbreathiness n

breath•y

(ˈbrɛθ i)

adj. breath•i•er, breath•i•est.
(of the voice) characterized by audible or excessive emission of breath.
[1520–30]
breath′i•ly, adv.
breath′i•ness, n.
Translations

breathy

[ˈbreθɪ] ADJ [voice] → entrecortado

breathy

[ˈbrɛθi] adj [voice] → voilé(e)

breathy

adj (+er)rauchig; (through shyness) → hauchig
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The perceptual voice quality assessment was conducted using the Grade, Roughness, Breathiness, Asthenia, Strain (GRBAS) scale [13].
The aim of the current study was to use the grade, roughness, breathiness, asthenia, and strain (GRBAS) scale to determine if there is a difference in how vocal music (VM) undergraduate students and Communication Disorders (CD) graduate students perceive singing voice quality.
GRBAS yonteminde, G (Grade): tum ozellikleriyle ses kalitesini, R (Roughness) (duzensizlik) : sesteki kabalasma ve frekanstaki irreguler flukturasyonlari, B (Breathiness) (nefeslilik): hava kacaginin yarattigi turbulansi, A (Astheny): seste gucsuzluk, zayiflik ve hipokinetik, hipofonksiyonelligi, S (Strain): sesteki asiri efor, gerginlik ya da hiperfonksiyonel, hiperkinetik sesi ifadelerine karsilik gelir.
Perceptual analysis GRBAS (G: Grade, R: Roughness, B: Breathiness, A: Asthenia, and S: Strain) scale
Voice alterations cited in the literature include strain, breathiness, monotone, lack of rhythm, decreased intensity, unpleasant quality, hoarseness, vocal fatigue, high pitch, low intonation, loudness with excessive variation, unbalanced resonance, altered respiration, brusque vocal attack and unintelligible articulation (10).
In my experience, the boy soprano is usually singing at his best just before the voice change, despite some breathiness in the overall tone that sometimes emerges.
Several studies have demonstrated that injection laryngoplasty improves subjective and objective measures of voice, including scores on the voice-related quality of life (VRQOL); the Grade of Dysphonia, Roughness, Breathiness, Asthenia, Strain (GRBAS) scale; and maximum phonation time (MPT).
Williams revives the breathiness of her "My Week With Marilyn" voice here, taking its pitch up a few notches.
(4) Depending on the size, position, and type of polyps, abnormal voice qualities including hoarseness, harshness, and breathiness would be different.
Symptoms of the pollen allergy include nasal congestion, itching eyes, cough, runny nose, headache, sore throat and shortness of breathiness. Health experts believe that pollen allergy could be treated at early stages but could be dangerous and risky if ignored.
Another direct link between breathiness and softness appears in Jeremy Freese and Douglas W.
Moreover, it has been suggested that when compared to men, women speak with more 'breathiness' (Henton & Bladon 1985; Klatt 1987; Holmberg, Hillman & Perkell 1988; Klatt & Klatt 1990; Mendoza et al.