Definition of 'air conditioning'
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Example sentences containing 'air conditioning'
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They were determined to use natural cooling rather than air conditioning. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The room was without air conditioning (global warming ) and it all felt rather surreal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
She decided against sealing the car windows and turning up the air-conditioning. GALILEE (2001)Aubrey's nerves jangled and he sought the air-conditioning of the funeral limousine. THE LAST RAVENMost of the windows had ancient air-conditioning units installed beneath them. CHAMELEON (2002)
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Translations for 'air conditioning'
British English: air conditioning /ɛə kənˈdɪʃənɪŋ/ NOUN
Air conditioning is a method of providing buildings and vehicles with cool air.
- American English: air conditioning
- Arabic: تَكْيِيف الهَوَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: ar condicionado
- Chinese: 空调
- Croatian: klimatizacija
- Czech: klimatizace
- Danish: aircondition
- Dutch: airconditioning
- European Spanish: aire acondicionado
- Finnish: ilmastointi
- French: climatisation
- German: Klimaanlage
- Greek: κλιματισμός
- Italian: aria condizionata
- Japanese: 空調
- Korean: 냉난방 장치
- Norwegian: klimaanlegg
- Polish: klimatyzacja
- European Portuguese: ar condicionado
- Romanian: aer condiționat
- Russian: кондиционирование воздуха
- Spanish: aire acondicionado
- Swedish: luftkonditionering
- Thai: ระบบปรับอากาศ
- Turkish: klima
- Ukrainian: кондиціювання повітря
- Vietnamese: hệ thống điều hoà nhiệt độ
Definition of air conditioning from the Collins English Dictionary
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