- A free or unenclosed space outdoors: getting out in the open airMore example sentences
- As of Monday, private homes, the open air or special places reserved for smokers will be the only places to light up.
- But I do have the open air of the roof and a view to see what is going on in the city while I work.
- I sit in the shade mostly, looking out at the sun, but even so the effect of the open air and reflected sunshine is weathering my skin nicely.
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- Positioned or taking place out of doors: an open-air swimming poolMore example sentences
- Skaters could get their outdoor fun after all, despite York's first open-air ice rink closing over Christmas.
- Four thousand attended an open-air service, and commemorative saplings were planted in Cross Roads Park.
- The large glass windows at the front are also being replaced so that they can open up to give drinkers a new open-air experience in good weather.
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