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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishairwavesair‧waves /ˈeəweɪvz $ ˈer-/ noun   the airwaves
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airwavesThey said an auction of the airwaves would have drawn $ 20 billion to $ 70 billion.To a large extent, the election has been fought on the airwaves, with both candidates delivering television advertisements attacking each other.It is like letting your Aunt Violet go on the airwaves.It will be introduced on the airwaves in the next couple of weeks.It's easy to see how Baker makes out on the airwaves.Recently, at least three penguins have been flogging various products on the airwaves.Twice he appealed directly to Leanna over the airwaves, though he was aware she never listened to the radio.Neither pride nor shame are now factors in what goes out over those airwaves.
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