Suck air out of room
suck the air out of (third-person singular simple present sucks the air out of, present participle sucking the air out of, simple past and past participle sucked the air.
You might have dealt with a person or situation that "sucked the air out of the room?" Find out how to use this expression in this week's EIM!.
Same thing as take the life out of a room, kind of. It's like, someone comes, does something, leaves an entire room full of people in shock or something or else.
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English in a Minute: Suck the Air out of the Room
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Description:Temperatures are unseasonably warm. Many stores have sold out of portable air-conditioning units, but you can still buy fans. People are opening their windows and placing their fans next to them. Is it better to blow or suck? Should you turn the fan on so that it blows fresh air into the room, or turn the fan around so that it sucks the hot air out of the room? Ask three people, and you might get three different answers.