Hit The Airwaves Idiom

Hit the airwaves
What does Hit the airwaves mean?
If someone hits the airwaves, they go on radio and TV to promote something or to tell their side of a story.

Some Random Idioms
in due course
What does “in due course” mean?
in the usual amount of time, at the right timeWe will send the information to you in due course.
do as you would be done by
What does “do as you would be done by” mean?
treat other people the way that you would like them to treat you“If you do not want people to criticize you, then you should not criticize other people. Remember to do as you would be done by.”
have one`s nose in (something)
What does “have one`s nose in (something)” mean?
to have unwelcome interest in something, to have impolite curiosity about somethingHe often has his nose in other people`s private business where it does not belong.
off-color
What does “off-color” mean?
to be in bad taste, to be not polite, to be not the exact colorHe likes to tell off-color jokes which most people do not like.
Bits and bobs
What does “Bits and bobs” mean?
Bits and bobs are small, remnant articles and things- the same as ‘odds and ends’.
IRC
What does “IRC” mean?
Internet relay chat
swan song
What does “swan song” mean?
a final appearanceHe was a big hit during his swan song at the company last week.
set up (something)
What does “set up (something)” mean?
to establish something, to provide the money for somethingThe newspaper company provided the money to set up the new travel magazine.
as clean as a hound’s tooth
What does “as clean as a hound’s tooth” mean?
very cleanThe classroom was as clean as a hound’s tooth when the students finished cleaning it.
make a fast/quick buck
What does “make a fast/quick buck” mean?
make money with little effortThe two men tried to make a fast buck during the construction boom.
have nothing to do with (someone or something)
What does “have nothing to do with (someone or something)” mean?
not be involved with someone or somethingMy aunt will have nothing to do with most members of her family.

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