Associations to the word «Lung»
LUNG, noun. (anatomy) A biological organ that extracts oxygen from the air.
LUNG BUSTER, noun. Any task that put lots of pressure on one's lungs, something that makes someone out of breath.
LUNG BUTTER, noun. Thick, yellow mucus coughed up due to illness.
LUNG BUTTER, noun. Thick, brownish mucus coughed up due to habitual or accidental smoke inhalation.
LUNG CANCER, noun. Cancer of the lung(s).
LUNG CAPACITIES, noun. Plural of lung capacity
LUNG CAPACITY, noun. Lung volume
LUNG CAPACITY, noun. Vital capacity
LUNG FEVER, noun. (medicine) (archaic) pneumonia
LUNG FIELDS, noun. The plueral apices and bases of lungs used to auscultate for the lung sound component of vital signs.
LUNG POWER, noun. The ability to breathe, especially to exhale, and therefore to speak, sing, inflate balloons, and so on, either loudly or at length.
LUNG SHAN, proper noun. (dated) Alternative form of Longshan
LUNG SICK, adjective. Alternative form of lung-sick
LUNG SICK, noun. (archaic) (rare) Alternative form of lung-sickness
LUNG VOLUME, noun. (biology) The volume of air associated with different phases of the respiratory cycle.
LUNG VOLUMES, noun. Plural of lung volume
LUNG, noun. Either of two saclike respiratory organs in the chest of vertebrates; serves to remove carbon dioxide and provide oxygen to the blood.
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