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In dictionary for phrase AIR was found total 27 words.


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air éter n:
air letecký adj:
air nafukovací adj:
air ovzduší adj:
air pneumatický adj:
air povětří
air provětrat
air provětrávat v:
air vánek n:
air větrat
air vysílat rozhlasem
air vysoušet v:
air vyvětrat v:
air vzduch
air vzduchový adj:
air vzduch Med.
air vzdušný CHEMISTRY
air letadlo IT
air vzduch IT
air vzdušná IT
air letecká IT
air letecky IT
air vzduchový IT
Air Vzduch GB
AIR Vzduch
Air Vzduch
AIR Zemědělsko-průmyslový výzkum, Sdružení pro institucionální výzkum English-Czech dictionary of school abbreviations


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AirThe fluid which we breathe, and which surrounds the earth; the atmosphere. It is invisible, inodorous, insipid, transparent, compressible, elastic, and ponderable.
AirSymbolically: Something unsubstantial, light, or volatile.
AirA particular state of the atmosphere, as respects heat, cold, moisture, etc., or as affecting the sensations; as, a smoky air, a damp air, the morning air, etc.
AirAny aeriform body; a gas; as, oxygen was formerly called vital air.
AirAir in motion; a light breeze; a gentle wind.
AirOdoriferous or contaminated air.
AirThat which surrounds and influences.
AirUtterance abroad; publicity; vent.
AirIntelligence; information.
AirA musical idea, or motive, rhythmically developed in consecutive single tones, so as to form a symmetrical and balanced whole, which may be sung by a single voice to the stanzas of a hymn or song, or even to plain prose, or played upon an instrument; a melody; a tune; an aria.
AirIn harmonized chorals, psalmody, part songs, etc., the part which bears the tune or melody -- in modern harmony usually the upper part -- is sometimes called the air.
AirThe peculiar look, appearance, and bearing of a person; mien; demeanor; as, the air of a youth; a heavy air; a lofty air.
AirPeculiar appearance; apparent character; semblance; manner; style.
AirAn artificial or affected manner; show of pride or vanity; haughtiness; as, it is said of a person, he puts on airs.
AirThe representation or reproduction of the effect of the atmospheric medium through which every object in nature is viewed.
AirCarriage; attitude; action; movement; as, the head of that portrait has a good air.
AirThe artificial motion or carriage of a horse.
AirTo expose to the air for the purpose of cooling, refreshing, or purifying; to ventilate; as, to air a room.
AirTo expose for the sake of public notice; to display ostentatiously; as, to air one's opinion.
AirTo expose to heat, for the purpose of expelling dampness, or of warming; as, to air linen; to air liquors.


flying, free-flying, aerial, aviation, air travel, airwave, atmosphere, atmosphere, aura, gentle wind, zephyr, breeze, strain, melody, melodic line, line, tune, melodic phrase, aerate, air out, publicise, publicize, bare, broadcast, send, transmit, beam, ventilate, air out, vent,
aura, atmosphere, breeze, zephyr, gentle wind, tune, melody, strain, melodic line, line, melodic phrase, airwave, air travel, aviation, air current, current of air, element, gas, medium, music, part, quality, region, travel, traveling, travelling, wind,


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(adj) aerial (similar term)|aerial (similar term)|flying (similar term)|free-flying (similar term)|land (antonym)|sea (antonym)
(noun) gas (generic term)
(noun) air travel|aviation|travel (generic term)|traveling (generic term)|travelling (generic term)
(noun) region (generic term)|part (generic term)
(noun) airwave|medium (generic term)
(noun) breeze|zephyr|gentle wind|wind (generic term)|air current (generic term)|current of air (generic term)
(noun) aura|atmosphere|quality (generic term)
(noun) atmosphere|region (generic term)|part (generic term)
(noun) tune|melody|strain|melodic line|line|melodic phrase|music (generic term)
(noun) element (generic term)
(verb) air out|aerate|expose (generic term)
(verb) send|broadcast|beam|transmit|publicize (generic term)|publicise (generic term)|air (generic term)|bare (generic term)
(verb) publicize|publicise|bare|tell (generic term)
(verb) dry (generic term)|dry out (generic term)
(verb) vent|ventilate|air out|refresh (generic term)|freshen (generic term)


Nothing antonyms found for term: AIR

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n. & v. --n. 1 an invisible gaseous substance surrounding the earth, a mixture mainly of oxygen and nitrogen. 2 a the earth's atmosphere. b the free or unconfined space in the atmosphere (birds of the air; in the open air). c the atmosphere as a place where aircraft operate. 3 a a distinctive impression or characteristic (an air of absurdity). b one's manner or bearing, esp. a confident one (with a triumphant air; does things with an air). c (esp. in pl.) an affected manner; pretentiousness (gave himself airs; airs and graces). 4 Mus. a tune or melody; a melodious composition. 5 a breeze or light wind. 1 warm (washed laundry) to remove damp, esp. at a fire or in a heated cupboard. 2 expose (a room etc.) to the open air; ventilate. 3 express publicly (an opinion, grievance, etc.). 4 parade; show ostentatiously (esp. qualities). 5 refl. go out in the fresh air. øair bag a safety device that fills with air on impact to protect the occupants of a vehicle in a collision. air-bed an inflatable mattress. air-bladder a bladder or sac filled with air in fish or some plants (cf. swim-bladder). air brake 1 a brake worked by air pressure. 2 a movable flap or other device on an aircraft to reduce its speed. air-brick a brick perforated with small holes for ventilation. air-bridge a portable bridge or walkway put against an aircraft door. Air Chief Marshal an RAF officer of high rank, below Marshal of the RAF and above Air Marshal. Air Commodore an RAF officer next above Group Captain. air-conditioned (of a room, building, etc.) equipped with air-conditioning. air-conditioner an air-conditioning apparatus. air-conditioning 1 a system for regulating the humidity, ventilation, and temperature in a building. 2 the apparatus for this. air-cooled cooled by means of a current of air. air corridor = CORRIDOR 4. air-cushion 1 an inflatable cushion. 2 the layer of air supporting a hovercraft or similar vehicle. air force a branch of the armed forces concerned with fighting or defence in the air. air-hostess a stewardess in a passenger aircraft. air lane a path or course regularly used by aircraft (cf. LANE 4). air letter a sheet of light paper forming a letter for sending by airmail. air line a pipe supplying air, esp. to a diver. Air Marshal an RAF officer of high rank, below Air Chief Marshal and above Air Vice-Marshal. Air Officer any RAF officer above the rank of Group Captain. air plant a plant growing naturally without soil. air pocket an apparent vacuum in the air causing an aircraft to drop suddenly. air power the ability to defend and attack by means of aircraft, missiles, etc. air pump a device for pumping air into or out of a vessel. air raid an attack by aircraft. air rifle a rifle using compressed air to propel pellets. air sac an extension of the lungs in birds or the tracheae in insects. air-sea rescue rescue from the sea by aircraft. air speed the speed of an aircraft relative to the air through which it is moving. air terminal a building in a city or town to which passengers report and which serves as a base for transport to and from an airport. air time time allotted for a broadcast. air-to-air from one aircraft to another in flight. air traffic controller an airport official who controls air traffic by giving radio instructions to pilots concerning route, altitude, take-off, and landing. Air Vice-Marshal an RAF officer of high rank, just below Air Marshal. air waves colloq. radio waves used in broadcasting. by air by aircraft; in an aircraft. in the air 1 (of opinions or feelings) prevalent; gaining currency. 2 (of projects etc.) uncertain, not decided. on (or off) the air in (or not in) the process of broadcasting. take the air go out of doors. tread (or walk) on air feel elated. [ME f. F and L f. Gk aer],

Use in sentenses

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Airplanes , for instance , didn ' t reduce demand for automobiles : people fly when they would not otherwise have driven . Letadla například nesnížila poptávku po automobilech : lidé letí tehdy , kdy by jinak autem nejeli
Air , soil , and water pollution has been growing , causing hundreds of thousands of deaths every year . Znečištění vzduchu , půdy i vody je na vzestupu , což si každoročně vyžádá statisíce lidských životů
Airliners and fighter planes operate in “ controlled ” air close to the ground , while nationality is supposed to matter less the higher you go . Civilní a bojová letadla operují v \„ kontrolovaném “ vzdušném prostoru blízko u země , zatímco s rostoucí výškou by měla mít státní příslušnost stále menší význam
Airbus , Renault , Crédit Lyonnais , and Alstom are well - known examples of a mistaken industrial policy that has wasted French taxpayers ’ money – and that is partly connected with the name Sarkozy . Airbus , Renault , Crédit Lyonnais a Alstom , to jsou dobře známé příklady pomýlené průmyslové politiky , která promrhala peníze francouzských daňových poplatníků – a která je částečně spojena se jménem Sarkozy
Airlines and airports may have made more profits in the short run , but they , and the American people , lost in the long run , as we now know , to our horror . Letecké společnosti a letiště na tom sice mohly krátkodobě vydělat , ale jak dnes už víme , z dlouhodobého hlediska oni i americký národ – ke svému zděšení – prodělali

Merrian-Webster dictionary

Term Word class Description
air nounan air-conditioning system
air verbto become broadcast

Use phrase in quotation

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Al Gore Airplane travel is nature's way of making you look like your passport photo.
Al Gore Airplane travel is nature's way of making you look like your passport photo.
Al Boliska Airline travel is hours of boredom interrupted by moments of stark terror.
Sloane Crosley Air travel is the safest form of travel aside from walking even then, the chances of being hit by a public bus at 30,000 feet are remarkably slim. I also have no problem with confined spaces. Or heights. What I am afraid of is speed.
Bruce Schneier Air travel survived decades of terrorism, including attacks which resulted in the deaths of everyone on the plane. It survived 9/11. It'll survive the next successful attack. The only real worry is that we'll scare ourselves into making air travel so onerous that we won't fly anymore.