Also, and one more word, related to the matter at hand: "chiado no peito" - wheezing.https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/wheezingWheezing is a high-pitched, coarse whistling sound that can occur when a person is breathing. Some wheezes are only heard with a doctor's stethoscope, but it is not uncommon for a wheeze to be heard with the naked ear.
The tone of the wheeze can vary depending on which part of the respiratory system is obstructed or narrowed. Narrowing in the upper respiratory system may make for a hoarser wheeze. Lower obstructions may have a more "musical" tone.
While wheezing most often is caused by an obstruction or narrowing of the small bronchial tubes in the chest, it can also be caused by an obstruction in the larger airways or vocal chords.
To the ones into medicine:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oV1R7rOMRhghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aRh9YMUtW4
Course crackles being explained as "moist bubbling sounds", to see the subtitles click on the "CC" section.