The people standing on the bridge could see the crocodile lunge, or plunge, at its prey.2. To move forward suddenly: Phillip made a desperate lunge to catch the ball.
To monitor the health of Janine's lung, which had a touch of pneumonia, the doctor listened to it before and after he had her lunge forward and backward several times.
2. A chronic lung disease characterized by the deposit of coal dust, smoke, and carbon in the lungs and by the formation of black nodules on the bronchioles.
Each book lung consists of hollow flat plates and air goes over the outer surface of the plates and bodily fluid circulates within them, facilitating the exchange of gases.
In most species, adequate gas exchange occurs without any muscular movement to ventilate the lungs.