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air pocket

noun [C]    
an area in the sky where the air is flowing differently from the way it is in the surrounding parts, which sometimes causes aircraft to go up or down suddenly (大气中可引起飞机急速上升或下降的)气阱,气穴 Wind and windsStormy weather
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