- n affected manners intended to impress others
don't put on airs with me
- n a mixture of gases (especially oxygen) required for breathing; the stuff that the wind consists of
- n the region above the ground
- n a distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing
- n a slight wind (usually refreshing)
- n the mass of air surrounding the Earth
- n once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles)
- n a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
- n medium for radio and television broadcasting
- n travel via aircraft
- v expose to fresh air
- v be broadcast
- v broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television
- v make public
- v expose to warm or heated air, so as to dry
- v expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen
- His show, which airs in syndication on PBS, continues to touch the lives of millions of children and their parents around the world.
- At the top of every hour, the local oldies radio station, WGRR, airs a booming jingle: "Joining you in all our prayers for Matt Maupin.
- Having started with a single video of a trip to the zoo in April of last year, YouTube now airs 100 million videosand its users add 70,000 moreevery day.
- Barack Obama in Washington Post
What struck me most about Stephanie was how, even after a decade in Congress, she was so utterly unaffected by the ways of Washington,Obama said. "She was still a home girl. Stephanie couldn't put on airs if she tried."
- President Bush in FOXNews
The thing I like about this fellow is he grew up on a farm,Bush said in a brief stop on his return from a South American trade mission. "He doesn't have a lot of fancy airs."
- Taj Burrow in The Age
I feel good for sure and I've got a good board for these conditions,Burrow said. "The waves are good for doing airs and stuff like that and I like fooling around in little waves.'"