[ UK /wˈɪndpa‍ɪp/ ]
  1. membranous tube with cartilaginous rings that conveys inhaled air from the larynx to the bronchi
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How To Use windpipe In A Sentence

  • The inside of her throat had swollen rapidly and already her windpipe was almost completely blocked.
  • This is a synthetic windpipe. Times, Sunday Times
  • Until this time, a primitive plow was arduously pulled through rough ground by an unshod horse with a strap across its windpipe.
  • Experiment materials: jar , windpipe, limewater, flume and the experiment record chart for each group.
  • It sounds like you may be experiencing tracheitis - a painful inflammation of the windpipe itself caused by a bacterial infection. The Sun
  • And when squirted into the windpipes of mice, the viruses infected the animals' lungs and delivered the marker genes.
  • This involves making a cut into the windpipe below the swollen part of your airway, providing a new opening through which you can breathe.
  • Find your pulse by placing your index and third finger on your neck to the side of your windpipe, over your carotid artery.
  • Placing the trachea within the blood - and nutrient-risk environment of the forearm "allowed a process called neovascularization to take place," wherein the donor windpipe grew a vital network of blood vessels, Sykes explained. Medlogs - Recent stories
  • He pressed his fingers against her windpipe and felt a faint pulse in her carotid artery. CODE BREAKER
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