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lung pronunciación
noun
1 one of a pair of large spongy respiratory organs in the chest cavity of air-breathing vertebrates which remove carbon dioxide from the blood and replace it with oxygen.
2 in some terrestrial molluscs, eg slugs and snails: a simple respiratory organ.
[Anglo-Saxon lungen ]


lunge
noun
1 a sudden powerful movement forwards.
2 fencing a sudden thrust with a sword.
verb (lunged , lunging ) intr
1 to make a sudden strong or thrusting movement forwards Her attacker lunged at her with a knife .
2 fencing to make a sudden forward movement with a sword.
[18c: from French allonger to lengthen]


lungfish
noun a large freshwater fish, so called because, in addition to having gills, it has either one or a pair of lungs with which it breathes air at the water surface.


lungwort
noun a perennial shade-loving plant with pale spotted leaves and clusters of pink or blue bell-shaped flowers.
[Anglo-Saxon, from lungen lung + wyrt root; so called because various preparations made from it were believed to alleviate conditions affecting the lungs]


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