Aeration (noun)

  1. The process of supplying air to (soil, for example) in order to improve its quality.
  2. The state of being supplied with air.

Origin:

From latin aer (air) + -ation (noun-forming suffix).

Examples:

  1. The aeration of the soil before planting the seeds helped the plants grow better.
  2. Proper aeration of the lawn is important for healthy growth of the grass.
  3. The compost pile required regular aeration to ensure optimal conditions for the microorganisms.
  4. The aeration of the wine allowed it to fully develop its bouquet.
  5. Aeration is essential for the health of fish in an aquarium.
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