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air
British English: /ɛː/
American English: /ɛr/

Translation of air in Arabic:

noun/اسم

  • 1 (substance) in the open air the diver came up for air
    صَعِدَ الغَطّاسُ للسَطْحِ لاسْتِنْشاقِ بَعْضِ الهَواءِ
    check the air in the tyres
    تَحَقَّقْ من مُسْتَوى الهَواءِ في الإطاراتِ
  • 2 (in flying) to travel by air
    سافَرَ جَوًّا
    Cairo from the air
    القاهِرة من الجَوِّ
  • 3 (in broadcasting)to be/go on (the) air
    (programmes, interview)
    تَمَّ \ بَدَأَ بَثُّهُ على الهَواءِ
    the series will be back on the air in January
    سَوْفَ يَعودُ المُسَلْسَلُ إلى الشاشةِ في شَهْرِ يَنايِر
    the show goes on (the) air from 7.00 a.m.
    يَبْدَأُ بَثُّ البَرْنامَجِ في السابِعةِ صَباحاً
    the channel goes off the air at midnight
    يَنْتَهي بَثُّ القَناةِ عند مُنْتَصَفِ اللَيْلِ
  • 4 (image projected) she met us with an air of indifference
    (أَعْطَتْنا انْطِباعاً بِعَدَمِ المُبالاةِ حينَ قابَلَتْنا)

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • 2
    (to let air into) (Form II) (a room, house)
  • 3 (to express)
    (Form II) (an opinion, one's views)
    to air one's grievances
    عَبَّرَ عن أَحْزانِهِ
  • 4 (American English/الإنكليزية الأمريكية) (to broadcast)
    (Form IV), (stem vowel = i or u) (Form I) (a show)

Idioms

there is something in the air

يَلوحُ في الأُفُقِ شَبَحُ شَيْءٍ

to vanish into thin air

اخْتَفى دون أنْ يَتْرُكَ أَدْنى أَثَرٍ

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