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airwavesplural noun

us   /ˈeərˌweɪvz/
the radio waves used for broadcasting radio and television programs, or more generally, radio or television broadcasting: The president took to the airwaves to explain the reasons for going to war.
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airwavesnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈeəweɪvz/ us  
COMMUNICATIONS radio waves that are used for broadcasting radio and television programmes, and sending mobile phone, etc. signals, also used to refer to radio or televison broadcasting time: In order to improve access to broadband, the government cleared the way for an auction of airwaves best suited to wireless data. The campaign flooded the airwaves with a series of TV ads.
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