Definition of air–condition
: to equip (as a building) with an apparatus for washing air and controlling its humidity and temperature; also : to subject (air) to these processes
Origin of air–condition
back-formation from air conditioning
First Known Use: 1914
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: to equip with a device for cleaning air and controlling its humidity and temperature
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