Examples of open air in a Sentence
a family of city dwellers who can't wait to go camping in the open air
Recent Examples of open air from the Web
Eventually Norma and Ray slip away from the mourning to play in the open air.
Designed as a sprawling, open air plaza loaded with bars, and shops, the Park opened last Spring and has already been drawing a crowd for its year-round programming like farmers markets and movie nights.
For those who’d rather shop in the open air, the Market Common provides an entire ‘village’ of residences, restaurants and shops to peruse.
Provincial officials in these areas reported that more than 7,000 schools either teach in open air or have worked out temporary arrangements for classes in rental homes.
The virus latches onto the nose and throat mucus and proliferates through coughing and sneezing, with a life span of up to two hours in the open air.
The process of air-chilling a chicken means that, after it was slaughtered and de-feathered and all that, it was cooled by hanging in open air, not by being submerged in cold water.
Some viruses usually die within hours when out in the open air, Dr. Leone explains.
The billboard near Interstate 15 is about 3.5 miles (5.6 kilometers) from Mandalay Bay resort, where a gunman fired more than 1,000 shots from 32nd-floor windows into the crowd at an open air concert before killing himself.
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OPEN-AIR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of open-air for English Language Learners
: located outside rather than inside a building
OPEN-AIR Defined for Kids
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