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idioms using air
Up in the air
We had hoped to have the meeting agenda prepared by now but everything is still up in the air.
To say in front of others, (usually a negative comment)
The supervisor told his staff that they would have a chance to air their complaints to top management.
Clear the air
To clarify a misunderstanding
Sato-san realized that the new holiday policy had confused everyone so he cleared the air.
The stock analyst says the clothing retailer will have a profitable year but everyone thinks he is full of hot air.
On the air
To be broadcast on television or radio
That television show has been on the air for over 20 years.