fresh air

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fresh air (uncountable)

  1. The natural, clean air from outside, as opposed to the relatively stuffy air inside.
    Farmers are generally very healthy people, because they have a healthy diet and get lots of fresh air.
    After spending all week locked up in his room working on his project, James was pleased to get some fresh air in the park.