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17 examples found containing '肺'

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.
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.
かれ
はい
ガン
しゅじゅつ
手術
けた

He was operated on for lung cancer.
かれ
はい
ガンなった
He's got lung cancer.
しょくぶつ
植物
かんけい
関係
はい
どうぶつ
動物
かんけい
関係
ひと
しい

Leaves are to plants what lungs are to animals.
きつえん
喫煙
はい
ガン
かんれん
関連
あります
Is there a link between smoking and lung cancer?
きつえん
喫煙
かれ
はい
おか
した

Smoking has affected his lungs.
きつえん
喫煙
あなた
はい
ボロボロする
Smoking does damage your lungs.
スモッグ
けんぜん
健全
はい
おか
もとある
Smog is the enemy of healthy lungs.
ちなみに
さかな
えら
ある
はい
おな
ように
もうさいけっかん
毛細血管
おお
あつ
まっている
からある
Incidentally, that the gills of fish are bright red is because there are many 'capillary vessels' collected there, the same as for lungs.
たばこやめないジョージ
はい
ガンかかる
きけん
危険
おか
ことなる
If George doesn't stop smoking, he will run the risk of developing lung cancer.
こうえん
公園
とし
都市
における
はい
どうぶつ
動物
におけるようなものある
Parks are to the city what lungs are to the animal.
だいちょう
大腸
がん42.9
しきゅう
子宮
ぐち
がん28.6
はい
がん16.7
にゅうぼう
乳房
がん14.3でした
42.9% were cases of bowel cancer, 28.6% cervical cancer, 16.7% lung cancer and 14.3% breast cancer.
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