Definition of "aired" []

  • The mixture of gases that forms the earth's atmosphere. At sea level dry air has a density of 1.226 kilograms per cubic metre and consists of 78.08 per cent nitrogen, 20.95 per cent oxygen, 0.93 per cent argon, 0.03 per cent carbon dioxide, with smaller quantities of ozone and inert gases; water vapour varies between 0 and 4 per cent and in industrial areas sulphur gases may be present as pollutants (noun)
  • The space above and around the earth; sky (noun)
  • Breeze; slight wind (noun)
  • Public expression; utterance (noun)
  • A distinctive quality (noun)
  • A person's distinctive appearance, manner, or bearing (noun)
  • A simple tune for either vocal or instrumental performance (noun)
  • Transportation in aircraft (esp in the phrase by air) (noun)
  • The height gained when getting airborne in surfing, snowboarding, etc (noun)
  • Of or relating to a group of three signs of the zodiac, Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius (noun)
  • To expose or be exposed to the air so as to cool or freshen; ventilate (verb)
  • To expose or be exposed to warm or heated air so as to dry (verb)
  • To make known publicly; display; publicize (verb)
  • (of a television or radio programme) to be broadcast (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of air. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "aired" in a sentence
  • "The Kimse Yok Mu association, founded after a TV show with the same title aired on Samanyolu TV, has served as a bridge to take the donations to the poor and the needy since"
  • "If FOX had aired from the Bush White House and refused to air an opposite view point, what do you think the charges against FOX would be? duh."
  • "The great thing about watching TV shows well after they've aired is you don't have to wait months to see the resolution of season ending cliffhangers (that that LOST!)."