[ɛə(r)] 1. n
powietrze nt; (aria) aria f; (tune) melodia f; (mood) atmosfera f; (appearance) wygląd m
2. vt
room wietrzyć (przewietrzyć perf or wywietrzyć perf); views głosić, wygłaszać; grievances wylewać
3. cpd
currents, attack etc powietrzny

to throw sth into the air — podrzucić (perf) coś do góry

by air — drogą lotniczą, samolotem

to be on the air (RADIO, TV)programme być na antenie, być nadawanym; station nadawać

* * *
[eə] 1. noun
1) (the mixture of gases we breathe; the atmosphere: Mountain air is pure.) powietrze
2) (the space above the ground; the sky: Birds fly through the air.) powietrze
3) (appearance: The house had an air of neglect.) wygląd, wrażenie
4) (a tune: She played a simple air on the piano.) aria, melodia
2. verb
1) (to expose to the air in order to dry or make more fresh etc: to air linen.) wietrzyć
2) (to make known: He loved to air his opinions.) ogłaszać, głosić
- airily
- airiness
- airing
- airless
- airy
- airborne
- air-conditioned
- air-conditioner
- air-conditioning
- aircraft
- aircraft carrier
- airfield
- air force
- air-gun
- air hostess
- air letter
- airlift
- airline
- airliner
- air-lock
- airmail
- airman
- air pollution
- airplane
- airport
- air-pump
- air-raid
- airship
- airtight
- airway
- on the air
- put on airs / give oneself airs

English-Polish dictionary. 2013.


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