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alveolar
American English: /ælˈvi(ə)lər/
British English: /alˈvɪələ/
, /ˌalvɪˈəʊlə/

Translation of alveolar in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • It has been reported that bone loss affects the jaw bones (particularly the alveolar bone).
    • Many investigators believe that the tumor arises from bronchiolar or alveolar epithelium.
    • The respiratory bronchiole branches to form alveolar ducts.

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