air conditioning


Origin:
1905–10

air-conditioning, adjective
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air-condition

[air-kuhn-dish-uhn]
verb (used with object)
1.
to furnish with an air-conditioning system.
2.
to treat (air) with such a system.

Origin:
1930–35

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air-condition
 
vb
(tr) to apply air conditioning to

air conditioning
 
n
a system or process for controlling the temperature and sometimes the humidity and purity of the air in a house, etc
 
air conditioner
 
n

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Example sentences
Central air conditioning and better access for handicapped users are other
  long-overdue improvements.
If one is using air conditioning, then incandescent lights contribute to
  cooling costs.
Air conditioning units between rows of equipment help improve cooling
  efficiency in this simulation.
Mfg includes commercial fertilizer, furniture, air conditioning and heating.
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