Traducción de midair en Español:

midair

Pronunciación /mɪdˈɛr//ˈmɪdɛː/

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    in midair en el aire
    • to refuel in midair repostar en vuelo
    • The mid-air drama was not the first mishap to afflict the passengers.
    • A top transport official, speaking soon after the crash, ruled out a mid-air explosion.
    • For a moment he was in mid-air, hanging far above ground, and that's when he made his move.
    • A funny bit of irony resulted from the mid-air debate that was sparked by the sight of my cropped hair.
    • You have to direct them to a proper elevation and speed so as not to cause mid-air collisions.
    • The missile successfully completed a mid-air manoeuvre and hit a decommissioned ship.
    • The first thing one sees when approaching the dance studio is a hanging apple, suspended in mid-air.
    • No weapon was involved in the mid-air incident and no one was injured.
    • Dazzling mid-air manoeuvres were a feature of some of the more dramatic otherworldly episodes.
    • Three safety nets are also in operation to prevent mid-air crashes.
    • It should have been a flight to a new start in a new country - but it ended in jail after a drunken mid-air rampage.
    • It was responsible for the mid-air collision last month between a cargo plane and a Russian airliner.
    • The mid-air catch manoeuvre has been resurrected from the days of the Cold War.
    • One intact wreck is of a Firefly aircraft lost in 1956 after a mid-air collision and found recently in silty water.
    • I'll accelerate as hard as I can, drive up a ramp and flip the car over in mid-air.
    • Viewed from a distance in dark surroundings, it looked as though the words were mysteriously floating in mid-air.
    • However, as it turned out in practice the hastily drafted law leaves many problems hanging in mid-air.
    • Warfield says she doesn't see much risk of a mid-air collision taking place.
    • Just two jumps remained in the snowboard cross event when she unnecessarily grabbed her board in mid-air and tumbled to the ice.
    • Once on the move some warmth soon returned, and we were soon enjoying the mid-air acrobatics that this route provides.