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midair

noun mid·air \ˈmid-ˈer\

: a region in the air not close to the ground

Full Definition of MIDAIR

:  a point or region in the air not immediately adjacent to the ground <the planes collided in midair>

Examples of MIDAIR

  1. The two planes collided in midair.
  2. We watched birds catching insects in midair.

First Known Use of MIDAIR

1605
MIDAIR Defined for Kids

midair

noun mid·air \ˈmid-ˈer\

Definition of MIDAIR for Kids

:  a region in the air some distance above the ground <The bird hovered in midair.>

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