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airwavesplural noun

 us   /ˈeərˌweɪvz/
the ​radiowaves used for ​broadcastingradio and ​televisionprograms, or more ​generally, ​radio or ​televisionbroadcasting: The ​president took to the airwaves to ​explain the ​reasons for going to ​war.
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airwavesnoun [plural]

uk   us   /ˈeəweɪvz/
COMMUNICATIONS radio ​waves that are used for ​broadcasting radio and ​televisionprogrammes, and ​sendingmobilephone, etc. ​signals, also used to refer to radio or televison ​broadcastingtime: In ​order to ​improveaccess to ​broadband, the ​governmentcleared the way for an ​auction of airwaves best suited to ​wirelessdata. The ​campaignflooded the airwaves with a ​series of TV ​ads.
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