air conditioner

NOUN
  1. a system that keeps air cool and dry
  2. an appliance designed to extract humidity from the air and thereby cool it
    we rarely turn on the air-conditioner
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How To Use air conditioner In A Sentence

  • We live in Georgia where it gets unreasonably hot in the summers....need less to say my story involves, lightening, a burned out transformer, an air conditioner crame and 98 degree heat. Cramer - French Word-A-Day
  • We would also know intriguingly what shampoo and hair conditioner he buys. Times, Sunday Times
  • He took three matches to light up and flicked each dud through the hole in the wall where the air conditioner should have been. BLOOD IS DIRT
  • You could also partition off part of a room with an insulated timber frame and vapour barrier, then add a modified air conditioner to give you total control over temperature and humidity.
  • Air conditioners, dehumidifiers and thorough cleaning practices, especially in your bedroom, can minimize your exposure to these substances and help you breathe easier.
  • The air conditioner droned in that maddening old machine way, but it was too hot to not have the thing on.
  • Since the room was stuffy and muggy without the air conditioner running all the time, just turning the thing off wasn't an option.
  • The moisture removing feature of our air conditioners keep the air clear, but the unpleasant feeling underfoot is much more difficult, if not impossible, to get rid of. Safety Japan
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  • His room is equipped with a window-mounted air conditioner - a welcome antidote to high heat indexes and, in Urlacher's case, a somniferous aid.
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