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be in the air
1. To be noticeable in a particular setting or group. A buzz of excitement was in the air as the organist started playing "Here Comes the Bride."
2. To be likely to happen soon. When I start to smell my neighbors' fireplaces at night, it feels like winter is in the air.
See also: air
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