Definition of 'bronchitis'
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This could mean bronchitis or pneumonia. The Sun (2017)Large concentrations could cause problems for people with respiratory complaints such as asthma and bronchitis. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You may know it by the more familiar names of emphysema or chronic bronchitis. The Sun (2016)Do you have chest problems like asthma or bronchitis? POSITIVELY FEARLESS: Breaking free of the fears that hold you back (2001)The official cause of death was given as respiratory failure caused by chronic bronchitis and heavy drinking. AN UNLIKELY COUNTESS: Lily Budge and the 13th Earl of Galloway (2004)It includes diseases such as emphysema and chronic bronchitis. The Sun (2007)Air pollution can lead to bronchitis and emphysema and can increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)More people are likely to have been vulnerable to respiratory diseases such as emphysema and bronchitis as a result. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Drinking less than half a cup lowered blood pressure in those with chronic bronchitis and emphysema and let them exercise for longer. The Sun (2015)As the weeks followed he was also diagnosed with epilepsy, pneumonia and bronchitis. The Sun (2007)They cause lung cancer, emphysema and bronchitis. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Singing is used in the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to increase lung capacity and ease the symptoms of bronchitis and emphysema. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He still has a lung condition that leaves him susceptible to bronchitis and lung infections and doctors cannot be sure what his future holds. The Sun (2015)All cigarette packets bear a warning along the lines that their contents can cause lung cancer, bronchitis and other chest diseases. How to Lower High Blood Pressure (1994)Honey has been used in medicine for centuries, not only to treat coughs and bronchitis but also to assist the healing of wounds. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Smoking Smoking causes cancer, bronchitis and narrowing of the arteries. Diabetes (1989)Today, conditions like pneumonia, bronchitis or tuberculosis can be cured with antibiotics. The Sun (2014)Past wildfires have led to increases in cases of asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis and heart attacks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It used to be called chronic bronchitis or emphysema and it is caused, almost always, by smoking. The Sun (2015)People who have asthma, smokers, and those who live in areas with high atmospheric pollution are the most susceptible to bronchitis and chest infections. Stay Well This Winter (1989)
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Translations for 'bronchitis'
British English: bronchitis /brɒŋˈkaɪtɪs/ NOUN
Bronchitis is an illness like a very bad cough which makes breathing painful.
He was in bed with bronchitis.
- American English: bronchitis
- Arabic: الْتِهاب شُعَبِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bronquite
- Chinese: 支气管炎
- Croatian: bronhitis
- Czech: bronchitida
- Danish: bronkitis
- Dutch: bronchitis
- European Spanish: bronquitis
- Finnish: keuhkoputkentulehdus
- French: bronchite
- German: Bronchitis
- Greek: βρογχίτιδα
- Italian: bronchite
- Japanese: 気管支炎
- Korean: 기관지염
- Norwegian: bronkitt
- Polish: zapalenie oskrzeli
- European Portuguese: bronquite
- Romanian: bronșită
- Russian: бронхит
- Spanish: bronquitis
- Swedish: luftrörskatarr
- Thai: โรคหลอดลมอักเสบ
- Turkish: bronşit
- Ukrainian: бронхіт
- Vietnamese: bệnh viêm phế quản
Definition of bronchitis from the Collins English Dictionary
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