Examples of lung in a Sentence
He filled his lungs with the clean. fresh air.
Recent Examples of lung from the Web
Padmavati and her collaborators were weighing possible causes of cor pulmonale, a failure of the right side of the heart linked to lung problems.
While most people exposed to Legionella don’t get sick, individuals ages 50 and above, especially those who smoke and have chronic lung conditions, are at a higher risk.
The human body is well equipped for daily cleansing using your liver, lungs, skin, and kidneys.
While lung function predictably reduced from the screaming and general upheaval, so did the feeling of shortness of breath.
Air pollution has long been widely known to pose a health threat: Consequences include asthma and other lung problems, and within the last decade, air pollution has been found to increase the risk for heart and kidney disease.
Gorillaz collaborator rapper Del The Funky Homosapien is still hospitalized due to fractured ribs and damaged lungs from a July 7 stage fall during the group's set at Denmark's Roskilde Festival, according to Damon Albarn.
The four boys rescued Sunday have normal heart rates and no fever, and the two of them with lung infections are improving, said Jedsada Chokdumrongsuk, permanent secretary of the Public Health Ministry.
Thongchai said one member of the final group of four boys and the coach who arrived at the hospital Tuesday evening had a slight lung infection.
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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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