来自拉丁词bronchus, 气管。同词根vor, 吃，见herbivorous, 食草动物。
- bronchitis (n.)
- coined in Modern Latin 1808 by Charles Bedham, from bronchia "the bronchial tubes" (plural; see bronchial) + -itis "inflammation."
- 1. She had feared she was going down with pneumonia or bronchitis.
- 2. I ended up with bronchitis and no voice.
- 3. He was suffering from chronic bronchitis.
- 4. Smoking sets up irritation in the throat and the bronchitis passages.
- 5. He was in bed with bronchitis.
[ bronchitis 造句 ]