Air pollution

Air pollution,

Definition of Air pollution:

  1. The presence in or introduction into the air of a substance which has harmful or poisonous effects.

  2. The condition in which air is contaminated by foreign substances, or the substances themselves.

    Air pollution consists of gaseous, liquid, or solid substances that, when present in sufficient concentration, for a sufficient time, and under certain conditions, tend to interfere with human comfort, health or welfare, and cause environmental damage. Air pollution causes acid rain, ozone depletion, photochemical smog, and other such phenomena.

Synonyms of Air pollution

Air, Attritus, Badness, Bran, Contamination, Cosmic dust, Crumb, Crumble, Dust, Dust ball, Efflorescence, Fallout, Farina, Filings, Flour, Grits, Groats, Harmfulness, Health hazard, Injuriousness, Insalubriousness, Insalubrity, Kittens, Lint, Meal, Menace to health, Noise pollution, Noisomeness, Noxiousness, Pathenogenicity, Pollution, Powder, Pussies, Raspings, Sawdust, Smut, Soot, Unhealthfulness, Unhealthiness, Unsalutariness, Unwholesomeness, Water

How to use Air pollution in a sentence?

  1. When I traveled around to some third world countries I could always tell how much worse the air pollution was.
  2. Air pollution happens when there is an abundance of foreign substances in the air, this happens when there is an abundance of factories releasing harmful gases into the air.
  3. In some larger cities in China, people must wear surgical masks outside because the air pollution there is so bad that it makes breathing difficult.
  4. Diesel exhaust and other forms of air pollution.

Meaning of Air pollution & Air pollution Definition