Idioms With Air and Meanings

List of idioms and sayings with the word air and the meanings. Idioms about air and expressions.

said about a new, fresh, and imaginative approach, a change that feels good.
1. Lit. to get rid of stale or bad air. Open some windows and clear the air. It’s stuffy in here.
2. Fig. to get rid of doubts or hard feelings.
broadcasting (a radio or television program).
speaking a lot of angry words; saying things that are not true
said about a new, fresh, and imaginative approach, a change that feels good.
one is acting conceited or aloof.
feeling light and happy
tell unreal stories and make plans based on fantasy.
to disappear without leaving a trace.
if a matter is up in the air, no decision has been made, often because other matters have to be decided first
to be very happy and excited because something very pleasant has happened to you
complain; let people know what you are unhappy about
talk about private matters in front of other people.
to fight for a breath of air. (After one has been deprived of air.)
to be very happy; to be euphoric enough as if to dance on air.
if you pluck a number out of the air, you say any number and not one that is the result of careful calculation
to breathe fast and hard in need of air
if there is a nip in the air, the air is cold
false ways of behaving that are intended to make other people feel that you are important and belong to a high social class

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