Air-condition ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Air-condition ( verb )

  1. To control the temperature, humidity, and purity of the air in an enclosed space, typically to maintain a cool and comfortable condition.
  2. To cool and dehumidify (a building or vehicle) in order to improve the comfort of the occupants.

Origin:

1902, from air + condition.

Examples:

  1. The office was air-conditioned.
  2. He air-conditioned the room before the party.
  3. The bus was air-conditioned for the long journey.
  4. She air-conditioned the house for the summer.
  5. The theater was air-conditioned for the comfort of the audience.

(As a noun)

Air-condition ( noun )

  1. To control the temperature, humidity, and purity of the air in an enclosed space, typically to maintain a cool and comfortable condition.
  2. To cool and dehumidify (a building or vehicle) in order to improve the comfort of the occupants.

Origin:

1902, from air + condition.

Examples:

  1. The office was air-conditioned.
  2. He air-conditioned the room before the party.
  3. The bus was air-conditioned for the long journey.
  4. She air-conditioned the house for the summer.
  5. The theater was air-conditioned for the comfort of the audience.
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