air-condition air-condition


  1. (v) control the humidity and temperature of
  2. (v) equip with an apparatus for controlling the humidity and temperature

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  1. War plants not only air-condition with Freon, but use it to keep precision tools at a constant temperature.
  2. In fact, steel companies will be urged to air-condition, can have RFC money to pay for the jobs.
  3. Another 5,415 temporary seats will be added, plus space cleared for 14,000 standees, but plans to air-condition the structure fell early victim to lagging work schedules.


  • DeKalb Co. officer fires gun, dragged by suspect

    A DeKalb County officer confronting a man suspected of steal air-condition units from a Kensington Road apartment complex led to gunfire and the suspect still at-large.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: FOX 5 Atlanta


  • "Why not just close it right now and leave it closed? You're going to see your best tennis. It's going to be hot anyway. I imagine they can air-condition it," Laver said.
    on Jan 28, 2009 By: Rod Laver Source: The Age

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