Up in the air
千万不要错过 收 听 节 目
Definition: Unresolved, undecided or undecided about something.
Origin: This phrase refers to unsettled particles or matter as something that is floating in the air. "In the air" has been used with a similar meaning since the mid 1700s, and this exact phrase has been in use since the first half of 1900s.
It's definitely still up in the airat the moment. We still have a chance to find a good school for our son.
The company's reform is still up in the air. People are waiting for the other shoe to drop.
The future of the company is a bit up in the airat the moment.
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