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air conditioning

n. Abbr. AC or a/c
1. The state of temperature and humidity produced by an air conditioner.
2. An air conditioner or system of air conditioners: a car with air conditioning.

air conditioning

n
(Mechanical Engineering) a system or process for controlling the temperature and sometimes the humidity and purity of the air in a house, etc
air conditioner n

air′ condi`tioning


n.
a system or process for reducing the temperature and humidity, and sometimes the impurities, of the air in an office, theater, house, etc.
[1905–10]
air′-condi`tioning, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.air conditioning - a system that keeps air cool and dryair conditioning - a system that keeps air cool and dry
cooling, cooling system - a mechanism for keeping something cool; "the cooling was overhead fans"
Translations
klimatizace
aircondition
ilmastointi
klimatizacija
空調空調装置エアコンくうちょうくれいぼうそうち
냉난방 장치
luftkonditionering
ระบบปรับอากาศ
hệ thống điều hoà nhiệt độ

air conditioning

naria condizionata, condizionamento d'aria

air conditioning

تَكْيِيف الهَوَاء klimatizace aircondition Klimaanlage κλιματισμός aire acondicionado ilmastointi climatisation klimatizacija aria condizionata 空調 냉난방 장치 airconditioning klimaanlegg klimatyzacja ar condicionado кондиционирование воздуха luftkonditionering ระบบปรับอากาศ klima hệ thống điều hoà nhiệt độ 空调

air conditioning

n aire acondicionado
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The spraying axial fan is used in the air-conditioning room of a textile mill and also can be used in other air condition places for humidifying and blowing
Robinson had been referring customers to Canoga Park Heating and Air Condition, whose president, Bob Wiseman, has been fielding more than 500 calls on each of the past two days, which compares with 50 on a normal summer day.
In these systems the control of the air conditions is done by the air circulation space through appropriate terminals (fan coil units [FCUs]), which use hot or cold water.

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