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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective Equipped with and climate-controlled by
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- adjective cooled by air conditioning
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She packed her air-conditioned tent with supporters, lured by country music star Randy Travis but also by her passionate appeal to the social conservatives who have traditionally dominated this state's caucuses.
I guess, we get very comfortable working in an air-conditioned environment earning some decent amount money and dread to do what we have done before.
It was air-conditioned and quiet, and the concrete was painted pale yellow, like cream.
The room was hyper air-conditioned, but not as icy as some of the questions for Ms. Zuckerberg, who caught the brunt of the "peril" angst rising in the room, and responded with a near dauntless cheer.
After a solitary morning of writing, I want him to go to the beach with me, but I know that all he wants to do now is go home, have a cold drink, and play a video game in his air-conditioned bedroom.
Inside it was solemn, quiet, and well air-conditioned, a must for any mortuary; in the background a lugubrious organ grieved.
And at football games he slept in an air-conditioned doghouse that also housed a few bags of ice.
The next morning I was picked up from my nearly empty hotel by my partner's chauffeur-driven, air-conditioned Ford as sleek Jaguars and Mercedes glided past, Egyptian businesspeople, eyes hidden by designer sunglasses, in the backseats, scanning their iPads and BlackBerrys for revolutionary developments.
Drive to a lovely air-conditioned shop where you can BUY a freaky american no-cake cake, and then have a lovely iced coffee and muffin in the arctic cool?
But now, for $6, one can go to the new air-conditioned, three-screen Legend cinema in central Phnom Penh, grab a box of popcorn and settle down to watch Kung-Fu Panda 2 in 3D three dimensions.