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- n. A chronic lung disease characterised by an abnormal increase in the size of the air spaces, resulting in laboured breathing and caused by exposure to toxic chemicals, most commonly tobacco smoke.
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- n. an abnormal condition of the lungs marked by decreased respiratory function; associated with smoking or chronic bronchitis or old age
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