a city in central Scotland, near Glasgow.
to dry by exposure to the air.
dry beyond further evaporation.
a town in W central Scotland, in North Lanarkshire, E of Glasgow: manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries. Pop: 36 326 (2001)
verb -dries, -drying, -dried
(transitive) to dry by exposure to the air
a landing field for airplanes that has extensive buildings, equipment, shelters, etc.; airport. Historical Examples Within the airdrome which covers Argon City the buildings are loosely constructed, even as they are on Earth. B-12’s Moon Glow Charles A. Stearns The lights here on the airdrome will be sufficient to land by. Bill Bruce on Forest […]
a suffix that forms nouns denoting a person characterized by or occupied with that named by the stem, occurring in loanwords from French: concessionaire; doctrinaire; legionnaire; millionaire. Historical Examples In the end, demanding of the inhabitants what the cause should be of this so great and sudden mutation of the aire? Chronicles (1 of 6): […]
a mixture of nitrogen, oxygen, and minute amounts of other gases that surrounds the earth and forms its atmosphere. a stir in the atmosphere; a light breeze. overhead space; sky: The planes filled the air. circulation; publication; publicity: to give air to one’s theories. the general character or complexion of anything; appearance: His early work […]
one of a breed of large terriers having a wiry, black-and-tan coat and a docked tail. Historical Examples The Airedale would have followed him, but with the menace of an upraised fist he sent it back. Cursed George Allan England Looking wisely and suspiciously at Trent as he sauntered by was an Airedale. Anthony Trent, […]