Examples of windpipe in a Sentence
She got something stuck in her windpipe.
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Science The robotic snake has 16 windpipe-constricting actuators, but this serpent bot is more likely to save your life than suck it out of you.
Although Macchiarini touted the success of his artificial windpipes in medical papers, all but one of the patients who received them have died.
The respiratory system includes the nose, throat, voice box, windpipe and lungs.
Replacing a failing windpipe, or trachea, with one partially made from a patient's own stem cells once looked like the cutting edge of regenerative medicine.
According to the zoo, Clark was born there in 2009 and died Wednesday of tracheitis, an inflammation of the windpipe.
In the lungs, the larvae claw their way out of the organ's tiny air sacs and then clamber up to the windpipe to the pharynx to be coughed and swallowed.
Beyond the horrible teen, there were plenty of other challenges: the general frequency with which men and women leaned on my windpipe or manipulated my joints or hyperextended my elbows.
Called the hemagglutinin, this protein is responsible for attaching to cells that line the windpipe and lungs.
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Definition of windpipe for English Language Learners
: the tube in your neck and chest that carries air into and out of your lungs
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