Late Latin bronchus, from Ancient Greek βρόγχος (brónkhos, “windpipe”) + -itis.
bronchitis (countable and uncountable, plural bronchitises or bronchitides)
- (uncountable) An inflammation of the bronchi of the lungs, that causes the cilia of the bronchial epithelial cells to stop functioning.
- (countable) An occurrence of, a case (patient) of, or a type of bronchitis.
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