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Translation of "air" - English-Polish dictionary

air

noun     /r/
GAS [U]
A2 the mixture of gases around the Earth which we breathe powietrze air pollution He went outside to get some fresh air (= clean, cool air).Specific chemicals, chemical compounds and gasesSubstances and structures in the bodyTypes of chemical
the air
the space above and around things powietrze He fired his gun into the air.The Earth and outer space - general words
TRAVEL [U]
A2 travel in an aircraft samolot, lot I like travelling by air. air safetyAviationTravelling by aircraftMovement through the air
QUALITY [no plural]
a particular appearance or quality otoczka, wygląd He has an air of authority.Seeming and purporting to beFaking and pretending
be on air
to be broadcasting on television or radio być na antenie Broadcasting in general
→  See also a breath of fresh air , mid-air , clear the air , disappear/vanish into thin air , be up in the air
(Definition of air noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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