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This campaign they remain a breath of fresh air due to the honesty of their manager. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Keep calm and get some fresh air. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She did her work there in ondon near her the fresh air. The Sun (2016)Remember the healing qualities of fresh air. The Sun (2016)It could have just said it was putting some extra fresh air in its famous triangular tube. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Take the short walk down to the beach or a stroll out into the country for a breath of fresh air. The Sun (2017)So the launch of a major new shopping centre credit card has been hailed as a timely breath of fresh air. The Sun (2016)I told my friend I needed some fresh air and went down to the pub to check on him. The Sun (2017)The fresh air is good for you too. The Sun (2009)You talk about needing to stretch your legs and get some fresh air. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We went outside for a bit of fresh air before going to bed. The Sun (2014)It was very hot in the club so we decided to go outside for some fresh air. The Sun (2014)You need some fresh air in this relationship. The Sun (2009)Work is actually a breath of fresh air. The Sun (2012)The fresh air and exercise will be good for them and you. The Sun (2010)You get fresh air and exercise in the most beautiful places in the world. The Sun (2013)She thought you needed fresh air and freedom and running about. The Secret Garden (1911) Exercise in the fresh air is difficult since the yard is overlooked by other prisoners. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)We might all go out and get some fresh air. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Remember to get out for fresh air too. The Sun (2015)Everyone looks better with the rosy flush of fresh air and exercise anyway. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Time to get some fresh air in those lungs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They added that guests inside the hotel would also be affected because its air system draws fresh air from outside. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Get outside for some fresh air. The Sun (2015)We need fresh air and openness. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you want to eat in the fresh air, then go to the park. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Adults: get some fresh air or go for a walk. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I love to walk outside in the fresh air. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Exercise, fresh air, and good posture are all helpful. Stay Well This Winter (1989)Some of this is just being out in the fresh air, especially on a crisp winter's day. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Britisches Englisch: fresh air NOUN
You can describe the air outside as fresh air, especially when you mean that it is good for you because it does not contain dirt or dangerous substances.
'Let's take the baby outside,' I suggested. 'We all need some fresh air.'
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