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air

noun (GAS)
气体
 
 
/r/ US  /er/
[U] the mixture of gases which surrounds the Earth and which we breathe
空气
I went outside to get some fresh air.
我到室外呼吸一下新鲜空气。
You should put some air in your tyres - they look flat to me.
你该给这些轮胎打气了——它们看上去都瘪了。
Specific chemicals, chemical compounds and gasesSubstances and structures in the bodyTypes of chemical
the air [S] the space above the ground, especially high above the ground
空中,天空
The air was filled with the scent of roses.
空气中弥漫着玫瑰的芳香。
Throw your gun down and put your hands in the air.
扔掉枪,举起手来。
The police fired into the air to clear the demonstrators from the streets.
警察对天鸣枪以驱散街上的示威者。
The Earth and outer space - general words
(Definition of air noun (GAS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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