Definition of 'airwaves'
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Too many politicians have filled the airwaves complaining that government has either been dragging its feet or following a hasty timetable. Times, Sunday Times (2017)All sports people are sensitive when they're ready to go to a match - and then that hits the airwaves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She must have been feeling terrible when she hit the airwaves for her morning show yesterday. The Sun (2006)It includes a major radio campaign to counter the misinformation that currently fills the airwaves. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Charges of government mismanagement and failed reform are again filling the airwaves. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Americans have long been used to airwaves filled with wild political rants. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You can hear the song for yourself when it hits the airwaves on Monday. The Sun (2010)AN air stewardess has hit the airwaves with her debut pop single. The Sun (2008)It fills the airwaves almost round the clock with programmes it should not be making and it fills its corridors with people it should not employ. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Until the Barclays scandal hit the airwaves, he was having quite a good week. The Sun (2012)The Liberal Democrats filled the airwaves this week with promises to crack down on tax avoidance. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The airwaves filled with the sound of Blur and Oasis. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Used Occasionally. airwaves is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'airwaves'
British English: airwaves NOUN
the airwaves The airwaves is used to refer to the activity of broadcasting on radio and television.
Joyful popular music filled the airwaves.
Definition of airwaves from the Collins English Dictionary
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