Does ar condicionado need a hyphen or not?
Also, in the sense system: for cooling air under air-conditioning, how does ar condicionado work as an adjective? Does it need a preposition (de ar condicionado or something like that)?
Both are correct, but they mean different things. "Ar-condicionado" is the device, while "ar condicionado" means that the air has been regulated by something.
So can you please add the preposition in the Dterms and fix the Dpos in the entry air conditioning?It can work as an adjective using the preposition de. For example, you can say, "aparelho de ar condicionado".
|air-conditioning n as adj||(system: for cooling air)||de ar condicionado |
|The air-conditioning unit has broken down.|