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bronchitis

noun [no plural]   /brɒŋˈkaɪ·tɪs/
an illness in your lungs that makes you cough and have problems breathing bronquitis
(Definition of bronchitis from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bronchitis

noun /broŋˈkaitis/
(medical) inflammation of the air passages in the lungs, causing difficulty in breathing bronquitis Wet weather makes his bronchitis worse.
bronchitic adjective
bronquítico a bronchitic cough.
(Definition of bronchitis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bronchitis”
in Korean 기관지염…
in Arabic نَزلة شُعَبِيّة…
in Malaysian bronkitis…
in French bronchite…
in Russian бронхит…
in Chinese (Traditional) 支氣管炎…
in Italian bronchite…
in Turkish bronşit…
in Polish zapalenie oskrzeli…
in Vietnamese bệnh viêm phế quản…
in Portuguese bronquite…
in Thai โรคหลอดลมอักเสบ…
in German die Bronchitis…
in Catalan bronquitis…
in Japanese 気管支炎…
in Chinese (Simplified) 支气管炎…
in Indonesian radang tenggorokan, bronkhitis…
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