air conditioning

[ air-kuh n-dish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF air conditioning
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AIR CONDITIONING

There was no need for them to open, because of the air conditioning.

I turn on the air conditioning as it gets as humid in the Mole as in the Amazon jungle during the dog days.

There was a faint hum that built up all over the ship as the air conditioning came on at the same time.

The house is also adapted to and equipped with heating, lighting, plumbing and air conditioning facilities.

These ships ought to have a spare engine just to take care of the heating and air conditioning.

The kid looked a little grateful as they went inside, where the air conditioning was blowing icy cold.

Dillon sent out a rush request for air conditioning equipment, omitted, by some mistake, from the supplies.

This was a logical development of latter-day plumbing and air conditioning and the crowding of apartment and small-house life.

Every building had been sealed and filters had been built into the air conditioning systems.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AIR CONDITIONING

central air conditioning

nounclimate control
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