the act or an instance of broadcasting recorded material over radio or television.
(of recorded music) radio exposure
1950 in radio sense, from air (n.1) + play.
- Air plot
Aeronautics. the calculation of the ground position of an aircraft by first determining its air position from its speed in the air and heading information, and then correcting for wind effects. the room or rooms from which aircraft are directed aboard an aircraft carrier.
- Air plug
a plug making an airtight seal to a vent.
- Air pocket
(not in technical use) a nearly vertical air current that can cause an aircraft to experience a sudden change in altitude, usually a decrease. Historical Examples No; if it had been compressible you would not have had that exhibition at the air pocket. The Wonder Island Boys: Exploring the Island Roger Thompson Finlay True enough; […]
- Air police
an organization of personnel in the U.S. Air Force or Air National Guard serving as police. Abbreviation: AP, A.P. Historical Examples Apart from the scenery, there was plenty to interest a Commissioner of Air Police. The Air Pirate Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull I saw myself a hero, vindicated a thousand times in the eyes […]