American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a device that detects and measures alcohol in expired air so as to determine the concentration of alcohol in a person's blood.
“The women fought when Holland, who now goes by the name Breathalyzer test after she allegedly snuck off the rehab property to go drinking with two other patients.”
“Breathalyzer is what the cops use when you’ve been at the corner bar too long and try to drive home.”
“If you consent, the officer will make observations for 20 minutes to be sure there's nothing in your mouth that could interfere with results from the Breathalyzer, which is calibrated by the state every 40 days.”
“The Breathalyzer is a portable device that can determine whether the person being tested is legally drunk.”
“So, when guys like Glenn Beck say they want to reduce the "size of government" by hiring private civilian contractors at ten times the pay of regular soldiers, I think Beck ought to be made to take a "Breathalyzer" test, first, before he speaks at one of the many Gun Show”
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“The Metro West Daily News reports that he had a blood alcohol level of .14 when tested with a Breathalyzer at the police station.”
“And right after a drunk driving accident isn't a good time to administer a Breathalyzer test.”
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