The invisible gaseous substance surrounding the earth, a mixture mainly of oxygen and nitrogen
A ridge of sand or gravel formed by the sea; a gravelly beach; a sand-spit.
hundreds of birds hovered in the air
Designating a military strategy or operation involving both air and ground forces.
Being broadcast on radio or television
An airborne division of a land army or naval force.
An air chamber. Now chiefly historical.
A (frequently hypothetical) small passenger aircraft; a hovercraft.
= air cavalry.
A gap or hole which contains air or through which air can pass; specifically an air-filled space breaking the continuity of an electric or magnetic circuit or of a plumbing system.
A mixture of air and a vaporized hydrocarbon mixture (e.g. petroleum), used especially for lighting.
A person who flies an aircraft without consideration for others' convenience or safety.
A nozzle or tube from which a directed pressurized jet of air is emitted; such a jet of air.
A pad inflated with air.
A ventilating shaft in a mine.
Short for air conditioning.
A streamlining device below the front bumper of a vehicle; a front spoiler
Make or become dry through contact with unheated air
A lung compartment containing air; an alveolus
An affluent residential section of Los Angeles, California
A high jump in sports such as skateboarding, snowboarding, and BMX
Empty talk that is intended to impress
A part or section of the air above ground level or above another surface
Not being broadcast on radio or television
Air which is forced to enter a moving aperture, such as the air intake of an aircraft
they dismissed the theory as a load of hot air
Chemistry hydrogen chloride gas (now historical).
The free exposure of the body to the air for a period, especially for health purposes.
A vessel for containing air; specifically (a) a diving bell; (b) an open-bottomed bell-shaped glass vessel used with its open end downwards to contain a gas or to protect samples; a bell jar.
A blast of air; especially a powerful stream of air under pressure used for various technical purposes.
A sudden, violent, and concerted attack by air.
A bomb designed to be used in the air, or dropped from an aircraft.
A hollow bone containing air, as characteristic of birds.
Chiefly Electricity = air gap. Usually attributive, designating a switch having an air gap.
A passage through which air can penetrate; (Botany) a continuous airspace in the stem, petiole, root, etc., of an aquatic or semiaquatic plant.
A walking stick in which an air gun is concealed.
Zoology and Anatomy. A specialized air-filled cavity within the body.
A recording made from a (radio) broadcast, specifically one used to demonstrate the work of a particular performer.
A stopcock for letting air out or in.
To cool (an engine, device, etc.) by means of a current of air.
An air-filled space forming the central core of a transformer, coil, etc. Chiefly attributive, designating a device having such a core, as opposed to a solid core of magnetic material.
Having an air core.
A method or course of medical treatment where the patient is exposed to the open air.
To preserve or dry by exposing to air.
Preserved or dried by exposure to air.
A race for light aircraft.
A door in a mine, normally kept closed, which separates an intake airway from a return airway.
Resistance to the passage of an object through the air.
A covered channel round the external walls of a building to prevent damp.
A drill activated by the force of compressed air.