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Significado de “air” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "air" - Diccionario Inglés

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airnoun

uk   /r/  us   /er/
  • air noun (GAS)

A2 [U] the ​mixture of ​gases that ​surrounds the ​earth and that we ​breathe: I went ​outside to get some fresh air. You should put some air in ​yourtyres - they ​lookflat to me.
the air B2 [S]

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the ​space above the ​ground, ​especially high above the ​ground: The air was ​filled with the ​scent of ​roses. Throw ​yourgun down and put ​yourhands in the air. The ​policefired into the air to ​clear the ​demonstrators from the ​streets.

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  • air noun (AIRCRAFT)

A2 [U] travel in an ​aircraft: I don't ​travel much by air. an air ​crash/​disaster air ​travel

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  • air noun (MANNER)

C2 [S] manner or ​appearance: She has an air ofconfidence about her.

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  • air noun (BROADCAST)

be on/off (the) air
C1 If a ​programme or a ​person is on/off (the) air, they are/are not ​broadcasting on ​radio or ​television: The ​radiostation is on air from 6 a.m. As ​soon as the ​warstarted, any ​broadcasts with a ​militarytheme were taken off the air.

airverb

uk   /r/  us   /er/
  • air verb (DRY)

[I or T] to ​becomedry and/or ​fresh, or to ​cause to ​becomedry and/or ​fresh: My ​mother always airs the ​sheets before she makes the ​beds. Leave the ​windowsopen to ​let the ​room air a ​bit.
(Definition of air from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "air" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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airnoun

 us   /eər/
  • air noun (GAS)

[U] the ​mixture of ​gases that ​surrounds the ​earth and that we ​breathe: Let’s go ​outside for some ​fresh air.
[U] Air ​pressure is the ​force that air ​produces when it ​presses against any ​surface.
  • air noun (SPACE ABOVE)

[U] the ​space above, esp. high above, the ​ground: Keith ​kicked the ​football high in the air.
  • air noun (FLIGHT)

[U] flight above the ​ground, esp. in an ​aircraft: air ​travel You can get there by ​train, but it’s ​faster by air.
  • air noun (MANNER)

[C] a ​manner or ​appearance: She had an air of ​confidence.
  • air noun (BROADCAST)

on the air
a ​program or a ​person on the air is ​broadcasting on ​radio or ​television: His show is on the air from 8:00 to 8:30 every ​Tuesdaynight.
off the air
A ​program or ​person that is not ​broadcasting on ​radio or ​television is off the air.

airverb

 us   /er, ær/
  • air verb (BROADCAST)

[I/T] to ​broadcast something on ​radio or ​television: [T] The ​game will be aired at 9 p.m. ​tomorrow.
  • air verb (MAKE KNOWN)

[T] to make ​youropinions or ​complaintsknown to other ​people: The ​meeting gave us a ​chance to air ​ourcomplaints.
  • air verb (CLEAN)

[I/T] to ​let air from ​outside come in a ​room or other inside ​space to make it ​smellcleaner, or to put something ​outside in the air to make it ​smellcleaner: [M] Let’s ​open some ​windows and air out this ​place.
airing
noun [C]  us   /ˈer·ɪŋ, ˈær-/
The third airing of the ​miniseries will ​begin next ​week.
(Definition of air from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "air" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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airnoun [U]

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by air
TRANSPORT travelling by or using ​planes: arrive/travel by air 25% of the state's ​economy is fueled by ​tourists who ​travel by air.deliver/send/ship sth by air The ​companyadds a ​surcharge for ​expresspackagesdelivered by air.
up in the air
if a matter is up in the air, it is uncertain and no ​final decision has been made about it: The future of the ​company has been up in the air since one of its ​keyshareholders was compelled to ​sell its ​stake.
(Definition of air from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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