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bron·chi·a

 (brŏng′kē-ə)
n.
Plural of bronchium.

bronchia

(ˈbrɒŋkɪə)
pl n
(Anatomy) another name for bronchial tubes
[C17: from Late Latin, from Greek bronkhia, plural of bronkhion, diminutive of bronkhus windpipe, throat]
Translations

bronchia

plBronchien pl
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