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Meaning of “air” - Learner’s Dictionary

air

verb     /r/
BROADCAST [T]
to broadcast something on radio or televisionBroadcasting in general
air your opinions/views, etc
to say what your opinions are: The meeting will give everyone a chance to air their views.Expressing and asking opinionsRemarks and remarkingControlling emotions
ROOM [T]
to make a room smell better by opening a door or windowCleaning and tidying places and things
CLOTHES [I, T]
If clothes air, or if you air them, you hang them up with a lot of air around them.Cleaning and tidying places and things
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