Examples of lung in a Sentence
He filled his lungs with the clean. fresh air.
Recent Examples of lung from the Web
Some of [the emissions] warm the planet and some of them react with your lungs.
The rabid crowd chanted at the top of its lungs through O Canada … and then die-hards somehow found a way to turn the volume up to 11 as Amirante sang a rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner that no one could hear.
That means working your heart and lungs with cardiovascular activities, building strong muscles with strength training and keeping muscles and joints pliable with stretching and flexibility exercises.
His family is offering a $7,500 reward for information that leads to the arrest of the person responsible for shooting the bullet that entered Newton’s shoulder, traveled down into his right lung and hit his spine.
One patient will receive his heart and lungs, the report said.
And a beam aimed at a spinal tumor wouldn't reach the heart or lungs.
The air quality could be particularly dangerous for young children, elderly people and anyone with underlying heart and lung conditions, according to Lewis.
Next, the Johns Hopkins researchers want to conduct larger trials for kidney patients, as well as new clinical trials transplanting hearts and lungs donated by people with the virus.
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LUNG Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lung for English Language Learners
: either one of the two organs that people and animals use to breathe air
LUNG Defined for Kids
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