Examples of windpipe in a Sentence
She got something stuck in her windpipe.
Recent Examples of windpipe from the Web
The 4-year-old dog had somehow sustained an injury to his windpipe that was allowing air to leak into his body and seep underneath his skin, causing him to bloat, according to a statement Friday from the Willows Veterinary Group.
With his windpipe cleared, the man reportedly man went on to enjoy the rest of his meal.
Doctors had to perform a tracheotomy to help the man breathe - a procedure that involves them making an incision into his windpipe to allow air to pass through.
The four-year-old pet, named Trevor, went from wiener to whopper when a hole in its windpipe left air trapped under its skin in a rare condition.
Stacy's torso was nearly sliced in two, her throat was cut to her windpipe and her wrist was slashed to the bone.
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.
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WINDPIPE Defined for English Language Learners
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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