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British pronunciation/biː ɪnðɪ ˈeə/
American pronunciation/biː ɪnðɪ ˈɛɹ/
to be in the air
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to get the feeling that something is about to happen

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to [be] in the air definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "be in the air" and when to use it?

The phrase "be in the air" is an idiom used to convey that a particular feeling, atmosphere, or sense of anticipation is present or noticeable. The origin of this phrase is not precisely documented, but it likely draws from the idea that changes in the air, such as shifts in weather, can be sensed.

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Whenever she attends social events, her nose is in the air, making others feel inferior.
Love was in the air as they walked hand in hand on the beach at sunset.
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