a space occupied by air.
the amount of breathing air in a room or other enclosed space.
the region of the atmosphere above a municipality, state, or nation, over which it has jurisdiction.
the region of the atmosphere above a plot of ground, to which the owner has rights or access.
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Also air·space (for defs 3, 4).
Origin of air space
First recorded in 1900–05
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