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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of bronchi

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of bronchi:
/bɹɑnt͡ʃi/

Derived Form of bronchi

noun
root word: bronchus
plural: bronchi
Noun: bronchus
1
either of the two main branches of the trachea
Synonymsbronchial tube*,
Type ofcartilaginous tube*,
Part oflower respiratory tract,
See alsobronchial,

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  1. Right. I holla bronchi his lobe. Holla bronchi
  2. their bronchi are dilating.
  3. Towards the end it branches into the bronchi through which the air reaches the right and left lungs
  4. From there, the trachea splits in two, forming the right and left main bronchi. You can imagine
  5. GLOTTIS, AND MAJOR BRONCHI ARE ANATOMIC.
  6. that's collapsing your ribcage, collapsing your bronchi and your trachea,
  7. colons that became less inflamed, bronchi that dilated,
  8. The bronchi branch, branch, branch
  9. angiotensin-converting enzyme - well if you look in the bronchi bronchioles
  10. Which spread to the tracheae, bronchi
  11. You can even see that the main bronchi are spreading into bronchial.
  12. to the bronchi, from the bronchi to the bronchioles.
  13. The respiratory system exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide between blood, air and body tissues. Example mouth, nose, bronchi and lungs.
  14. IN THE MUCOSA OF THE PRIMARY BRONCHI.
  15. First, we'll have the bronchi, because we've
  16. got the trachea coming down and giving off bronchi.
  17. So one will be bronchi.
  18. Begins in the bronchi.
  19. We'll go to bronchi, secondary bronchi, bronchioles,
  20. And these bronchi-- or the bronchi split into the lungs--