The composition of the air.




  • To bring (something) into contact with the air, so as to freshen or dry it.
  • To let fresh air into a room or a building, to ventilate.
  • To discuss varying viewpoints on a given topic.
  • To broadcast (a television show etc.).
  • To be broadcast.
  • To ignore (a person).


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  • From Middle English air ("gas, atmosphere"), from Anglo-Norman aeir, eyer, Old French aire, eir, from Latin āēr, from Ancient Greek ἀήρ ("wind, atmosphere"). Displaced native Middle English luft ("air") (from Old English lyft ("air, atmosphere")), Middle English loft ("air, upper region") (from Old Norse lopt ("air, sky, loft")). More at lift, loft.

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