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Noun
A breeze or light wind
“I closed my eyes and felt the fresh air blow against my visage.”
Noun
An impression of a quality or manner given by someone or something
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“The industrial and technological scene is endowed with an air of epic grandeur.”
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The free or unconfined space above the surface of the earth
“The airplane will soon be up in the air.”
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A manner or expression that hides one's true character or feelings
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“She chose to put on an air of being accomplished despite a distinct lack of any achievement worthy of note.”
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(airs) An annoyingly affected and condescending manner
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“In any case, Byrne, who has been the consummate professional since the age of 13, isn't the type to put on airs.”
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(the air) The act of passing from place to place or person to person
“There was something in the air that night. The stars were bright, Fernando.”
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A tune or short melodious song
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“I was in the middle of listening to an old Irish air.”
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The state of being vivacious
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The summit of a hill or pass
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A warbling sound or utterance
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An amount of vapour or fumes given off by something
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A representation of the external form of a person or thing in art
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Verb
To ventilate or allow air into
“Open all the windows to air the stuffy rooms.”
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To express an opinion or statement publicly
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“Many are afraid to air their grievances publicly for fear of backlash.”
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To broadcast through media
“The network has agreed to air promotions touting the new attraction.”
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To be broadcast
“The much-anticipated new season will air next month”
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(about a particular subject) To express or communicate one's opinion or ideas with a person or a group of people
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To express a thought, action or feeling, especially under rare circumstances
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Hold and state as one's opinion
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Remove or conceal an unpleasant smell in
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Raise awareness of
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Hang out to dry
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To outwardly look or be perceived as
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To begin a voyage
Adjective
(somewhat rare) Related to, or being in, the air
“The desired angle of the air projectile can be calculated from the following formula.”
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Of or pertaining to atmospheric pressure
Adjective
Air-filled
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