n.空气, 天空, 空中, 感觉, 神态, 曲调, 装腔作势
There was an air of excitement at the meeting.
The fresh air in the morning made him feel glad.
I shall travel to New York by air this weekend.
We aired the room by opening the window.
1. 空气; 大气[U]
Better let in some fresh air.
2. 天空, 空中[the S]
The air was full of butterflies.
3. 样子, 神态[C]
He came into the room with an air of importance.
There was an air of mystery in the house.
Don't give yourself airs.
6. 【音】主调; 曲调[C]
He whistled an air very softly to himself.
The sheets were aired on the line.
The room needs to be aired.
3. 发表; 炫耀
She spoke on the radio, airing her views to the nation.
4. 【美】广播; 播送
This program will be aired on CBS.
You can leave your jacket out on the clothesline to air.
Why don't you open the windows so that the room can air?
1. 通过航空途径; 乘飞机
She often travels by air.
clear the air
They held a meeting to clear the air.
give oneself airs
He gives himself such airs that everyone dislikes him.
in the air
1. 在空中; 向空中
A plane is flying in the air.
The date of the dinner party is still in the air.
on the air
That program has been on the air for 25 years now.
She didn't know she was on the air when she said those crazy things.
That radio show is still on the air.
put on airs
She put on airs after marrying a millionaire.
Don't put on airs with us.
take the air
They used to take the air in the evening.