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From New Latin, from Latin acapnos(without smoke), from Ancient Greek ἄκαπνος(ákapnos, without smoke), from ἀ-(a-, not) + καπνός(kapnós, smoke).

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acapnia (uncountable)

  1. The state in which the level of carbon dioxide in the blood and tissue is significantly lower than normal.

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acapnia f (plural acapnie)

  1. (medicine) acapnia

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