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airborne for a shade
Hi! Does anyone know what "airborne for a shade" means in the following sentence:
I was airborne for a shade over two hours and in a cab for thirty-five minutes.
Thanks a lot!
Re: airborne for a shade
I was airborne (in the air) for a shade (little more than) over two hours . .
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