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Travel to a destination by air at short notice:‘he had air-dashed to Chennai from Bikaner last night’
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- ‘They come by air and air-dash to the Amarnath cave in helicopters.’
- ‘The high tension drama has been accentuated by the minister air dashing to Delhi with the resignation letters.’
- ‘Armed force personnel were air dashed to Andaman Nicobar for relief operations.’
- ‘Every time one jumps (with or without an air dash), he has to wait a few seconds before he can move again.’
- ‘He had air dashed to Chennai from Bikaner, on a chartered aircraft last night, to provide the finishing touches.’
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