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We found 86 words, 1 kanji, and 17 examples matching '肺'
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Most common form: はい
noun
lung
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pneumonia
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3
noun
pulmonary tuberculosis; consumption
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Most common form: 敗血症
noun
blood poisoning; septicemia; sepsis  (medicine, etc. term)
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noun
book lung (arachnid respiratory organ)  (see also: 書肺; obscure term)
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ハイ    lungs   
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ニク body part   
シ   いち market   
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キン   turban; cloth
lid
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かれ
はい
ガン
しゅじゅつ
手術
けた

He was operated on for lung cancer.
はい
ガン
きつえん
喫煙
かんけい
関係
ある
There is a connection between smoking and lung cancer.
かれ
はい
ガンなった
He's got lung cancer.
わたし
おじ
叔父
はい
ガン
んだ

My uncle died of lung cancer.
のう
かんぞう
肝臓
はい
ちが
っていた

The brain was not like the liver or the lungs.
 
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