air in Marathi मराठी
- आविर्भाव ⇄ air marathi
- कोरी जागा ⇄ air marathi
- पृथ्वीचे वातावरण ⇄ air marathi
- मोकळी जागा ⇄ air marathi
- वलय ⇄ air marathi
- वात ⇄ air marathi
- वायु ⇄ air marathi
- वाळत घालणे ⇄ air marathi
- वाळत टाकणे ⇄ air marathi
- वेगवेगळ्या वायुचे बनलेले व आपण श्र्वसनावाटे आत घेतो ते मिश्रण ⇄ air marathi
- हवा ⇄ air marathi
- हवाई ⇄ air marathi
air in Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
air in English
- air ⇄ adj. 1. having to do with aviation; done by means of aircraft.
Ex. air photography.
2. of or having to do with aircraft.
Ex. air safety, an air armada.
- air ⇄ air (1), noun, verb, adjective. english
- air ⇄ air (2), adverb, adjective.
(Scottish.) early; soon.english
- air ⇄ expr. airs, unnatural or affected manners.
Ex. Your friends will laugh if you put on airs.english
- air ⇄ expr. clear the air, to remove emotional tensions, misunderstanding, mistrust, or the like.
Ex. His explicit declaration in reply to Mr. Parnell's speech ... has cleared the air (Manchester Examiner).english
- air ⇄ expr. get the air, (U.S. Slang.)
a. to be discharged from a job.
Ex. She took off from work so often that she finally got the air.
b. to be rejected as a suitor.
Ex. After he got the air, he moped in a lovesick trance for weeks.english
- air ⇄ expr. give the air, (U.S. Slang.) to dismiss, especially contemptuously.
Ex. Jim gives the air too freely to opinions he doesn't happen to agree with.english
- air ⇄ expr. in the air,
a. going around; being spread.
Ex. Wild rumors were in the air.
b. (Figurative.) uncertain; unsettled.
Ex. Plans for the picnic are still in the air since we can't decide where to go.english
- air ⇄ expr. off the air,
a. not engaged in broadcasting.
Ex. This station is off the air from midnight to six in the morning.
b. not being broadcast.
Ex. We used to watch that show, but it's off the air now.english
- air ⇄ expr. on the air,
Ex. The station has been on the air since 1960.
b. being broadcast.
Ex. Is that radio show still on the air?english
- air ⇄ expr. out of thin air,
a. out of nothing visible or concrete.
Ex. The problem ... involved the task of establishing out of thin air a program (Bulletin of Atomic Scientists).
b. out of nowhere.
Ex. The little man appeared out ofenglish
- air ⇄ expr. take air, (British.) to spread about among people; become known.
Ex. The story has taken air among all the neighbors.english
- air ⇄ expr. take the air,
a. to go outdoors; take a walk or ride.
Ex. On such a nice day, one should get out and take the air.
b. (U.S.) to start broadcasting.
Ex. The new radio station will take the air next week.english
- air ⇄ expr. up in the air,
a. uncertain; unsettled.
Ex. The date of the wedding is still up in the air.
b. (Informal.) very angry or excited.
Ex. The driver was up in the air about his parking ticket.english
- air ⇄ expr. walk (or tread) on air, to be very gay or pleased.
Ex. The boys are walking on air because their team won the game. ... treading on air at the way he'd handled the deal (S. J. Perelman).english
- air ⇄ noun 1. the mixture of gases that surrounds the earth; atmosphere. Air consists chiefly of nitrogen and oxygen, along with carbon dioxide, argon, hydrogen, and small quantities of neon, helium, and other inert gases. It is odorless, tasteless, and invisi english
- air ⇄ v.i. to take the air; take a walk or ride. english
- air ⇄ v.t. 1a. to put out in the air.
Ex. to air a blanket. It is good to air your clothes often.
b. to let fresh air through.
Ex. Open the windows and air the room.
c. (British.) to warm and remove all dampnesenglish