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See also: airconditioned




  1. simple past and past participle of air-condition


air-conditioned (comparative more air-conditioned, superlative most air-conditioned)

  1. Equipped with and climate-controlled by air-conditioning; cooled by an air-conditioner.
    Our servers are kept in an air-conditioned room.
    • 1958, Anthony Burgess, The Enemy in the Blanket (The Malayan Trilogy), published 1972, page 358:
      At midnight they left the air-conditioned dream-world and entered the oven of the street.
    • 2012 March 4, Alice Rawsthorn, “Farewell, Pocket Calculator?”, in The New York Times[1]:
      Computers were still enormous, so expensive and complicated that only specially trained technicians were allowed to operate them, and so noisy and prone to overheating that they had to be sealed away inside air-conditioned rooms.
    • 2020 April 8, Howard Johnston, “East-ended? When the ECML was at risk”, in Rail, page 67:
      In 1970, passengers were at last promised air-conditioned coaches for the first time on East and West Coast services, and the orders for 350 Mk 2c vehicles was good news for the workforce at Derby Litchurch Lane [...].