Airing (noun)

  1. The act of exposing something to fresh air, usually for the purpose of drying or freshening.
  2. The act of broadcasting or showing something on television or radio.

Origin:

From air + -ing, from the verbal noun of air ("to expose to fresh ai.r")

Examples:

  1. She gave the room an airing by opening the windows.
  2. The airing of the laundry was the best part of his day.
  3. The airing of the documentary caused a lot of controversy.
  4. The airing of the episode was met with mixed reviews.
  5. He gave his views an airing on the talk show.
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