air verb ( BROADCAST ) /eər //er/
v [I or T] US to broadcast something on radio or television
The game will be aired live on CBS at 7.00 tonight.
The interview with the President will air tomorrow morning.
air verb ( MAKE KNOWN ) /eər //er/
v [T] to make opinions or complaints known to other people
Putting a complaint in the suggestions box is one way of airing your grievances.
He'll air his views on the war whether people want to listen or not.
air verb ( DRY ) /eər //er/
v [I or T] to become dry and/or fresh, or to cause to become dry and/or fresh
My mother always airs the sheets before she makes the beds.
Leave the windows open to let the room air a bit.