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thin air

Definition of thin air in English:

Used to refer to the state of being invisible or non-existent: she just vanished into thin air
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  • Immorality prevails as sympathy for the unfortunate diminishes into thin air.
  • We've seen in the collapse of many technology companies that figures were plucked out of thin air.
  • Teaching unions have also joined force to ask how millions of pounds have seemingly disappeared into thin air.
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