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Is there a word for being completely drained of breath?

The typical word to use would be winded: temporarily unable to breathe, either when hit in the stomach or after taking hard physical exercise — Cambridge
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English word for data files that have duration

It seems that the terminology is Continuous Media. MDN Web Docs Glossary: Continuous media is data where there is a timing relationship between source and destination. The most common examples of ...
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Word for count of undesirable events

Failure rate or failure-rate is obviously regarded as a compound noun by YourDictionary; it gives the hyphenated compound (though the examples it gives all use the open compound). The examples also ...
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need an idiom or phrase that means "you're up early"

up with the lark in British English up early in the morning Bright and early very early in the morning He was up bright and early, keen to get started.
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need an idiom or phrase that means "you're up early"

You could try "you're an early bird", which would be derived from the common aphorism "The early bird catches the worm".
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Word for count of undesirable events

Deficit deficiency in amount or quality. a deficit in rainfall 2a. lack or impairment in an ability or functional capacity. cognitive deficits, a hearing deficit 2b. DISADVANTAGE M-W The usage ...
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Is there a word for being completely drained of breath?

I suggest That long phrase completely spent my breath. From Lexico spend VERB 1.1 Use or give out the whole of; exhaust.
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Is there a word for being completely drained of breath?

"I ran out of air." This avoids the connotations of being tired or having used up all one's blood oxygen.
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Is there a word for being completely drained of breath?

That phrase completely emptied you. You would be relying on context to suggest that your lungs were emptied of breath, but the verb empty can apply to lungs as it applies to other literal and ...
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Is there a word for being completely drained of breath?

Wow, that phrase completely expended me Is fine and normal enough, although I think "winded" is the most obvious especially without context. expend (verb) spend or use up (a resource such ...
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Is there a word for being completely drained of breath?

I don't believe there is non-medical term in common usage for this. The proper word is "hypoxiated", unless you have literally expelled every single last molecule of oxygen, in which case ...
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Word for count of undesirable events

In the context you have provided, lag can be used. Lag is a particularly common in the gaming community. Backlog is another words that can be used in contexts such as this. For e.g. backlog of unpaid ...
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What do you call a flat with a small yard with no roof?

Are you looking for a garden flat? From Lexico: garden flat noun A basement or ground floor flat which opens on to a garden. Examples of a garden flat: (Source) (Source) The flat opens to or has ...
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Word for count of undesirable events

Among the other good suggestions, I might add: Slippage in its sense: failure to maintain an expected level, fulfill a goal, meet a deadline, etc. Individual instances could be slips; the verb could ...
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Word for count of undesirable events

From the context you have provided, it appears that a) the register needs to be formal but should be universally understood. b) the word should be a generic that refers to undesirable events of any ...
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What do you call someone or something that generates insights?

perspicacious is a word you will see whenever deep and instant insight is there. It appears often in books and prints. However, I have seldom seen it in business or technical communication (which may ...
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Adjective for consensus

consentaneous https://www.wordhippo.com/what-is/the-adjective-for/consensus.html lists further alternatives.
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Hypernym: Word that means 'window' or 'door'

I'd think that ingresses or egresses fit the bill, so long as the windows in question can be used to enter/exit. It is a slightly more narrow definition in that I guess it technically doesn't cover ...
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