windpipe

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Etymology[edit]

From wind +‎ pipe

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

windpipe (plural windpipes)

  1. The trachea.
  2. Any duct for air or other gas.
  3. (rare) A section of road or bridleway which has a reputation for having strong crosswinds or localized wind swirls.
  4. (rare, Britain, slang) The anus.

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