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English Idiom

Up In The Air


Up In The Air - not sure of something or someone; uncertain about someone or something

  • We are up in the air about the party next week.
  • My sister is up in the air, about learning to drive.
  • My mother is up in the air, about taking a 4th dog from the dog shelter.
  • My husband is up in the air, about going to New York on holiday.
  • The girls are up in the air, about what to wear to the party.
  • My husband is up in the air, about buying a new car.


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