English → English - space

n. universe; outer space; empty area, gap; place, area; interval; period of time; personal freedom, freedom to express oneself
v. divide into spaces, set some distance apart, separate by spaces, leave spaces

English → Spanish - space

s. espacio, ámbito, área, claro; lugar, cabida, cupo, éter
v. espaciar

English → French - space

n. espace, distance, intervalle, blanc; place; période
v. espacer; laisser des espaces; éparpiller en laissant des espaces

English → German - space

n. Raum; Platz; Spatienkeil; Spatien; Durchschuß; Zwischenraum; Lücke
v. spationieren, Raum einteilen; Leertaste drücken

English → Indonesian - space

n. tempat, selesa, kelegaan, angkasa, ruang, ruangan, falak, jarak, spasi, jangka waktu, alur, hidup
v. memberi jarak, menjarangkan, mengadakan jarak
a. angkasa: berhubung dgn angkasa

English → Italian - space

s. spazio; distanza, intervallo; arco, lasso di tempo
v. intervallare, spazieggiare, disporre a intervalli; distanziare; (Tip) spaziare; giustificare, mettere a giustezza

English → Polish - space

n. przestrzeń, odstęp, miejsce, obszar, okres, pomieszczenie, czas, odcinek, spacja, interlinia, teren
a. astronautyczny

English → Portuguese - space

s. espaço, universo; espaço sideral; distância; extensão; lugar; espaço de ação; período, época
v. espaçar, fazer espaço, espalhar com espaço

English → Romanian - space

n. spaţiu, larg, distanţă, depărtare, zonă, domeniu, întindere, suprafaţă, vid, cosmos, răstimp, interval
v. spaţia
a. cosmic, spaţial

English → Russian - space

с. пространство; место; протяженность, площадь; объем; космос, космическое пространство; расстояние, промежуток; промежуток времени, интервал, срок; количество строк, шпация, пробел
г. оставлять промежутки

English → Turkish - space

f. ara vermek, boşluk bırakmak, aralık bırakmak, espas koymak, aralıklı dizmek
i. uzay, feza, mekân, aralık, mesafe, yer, alan, boşluk, açıklık, uzaklık, ara, süre, espas, reklâm süresi [tv]

English → Ukrainian - space

n. космос, простір, проміжок, містина, обшир, площина
v. проміжок: залишати проміжки
a. космічний, просторий

English → Dutch - space

zn. ruimte; tijdruimte; spatie; afstand; tussenruimte; periode
ww. ruimte laten tussen, spatiëren

English → Greek - space

ουσ. χώρος, τόπος, διάστημα
ρήμ. αραιώνω

German → Russian - space

n. интервал (f), пробел {вчт.} (f), промежуток (f)

English → Arabic - space

‏الفضاء، حيز، فراغ بين الكلمات، مدى، سعة، مسافة، مساحة، مكان، فراغ، بياض، فراغ بين الأسطر، الفترة المخصصة للمعلنين في التلفزيون، فترة الأعلان في التلفزيون، فترة من الزمن، مكان الإعلان في الجريدة، مجال، الفسحة المنبسطة‏
‏باعد بين، تباعد‏

English → Chinese - space

(名) 空间; 场所, 空地; 宇宙, 外层空间, 太空; 生活空间
(动) 留间隔, 隔开; 留间隔

English → Chinese - space

(名) 空間; 場所, 空地; 宇宙, 外太空, 太空; 生活空間
(動) 留間隔, 隔開; 留間隔

English → Hindi - space

n. अंतरिक्ष, दूरी, अंतराल, आकाश, अधर, विस्तार, जगह, अवधि, समय
v. अंतर लगाना, बीच-बीच में खाली स्थान रखना, फ़ासले से रखना
a. कासमिक, अंतरिक्ष-संबंधी

English → Japanese - space

(動) 間隔をおく; 語間をあける; 区切る; 間隔をあける
(名) 空間; 宇宙; 余地; 場所

English → Korean - space

명. 우주; 외계; 공간; 장소; 간격; 시간; 개인적인 자유
동. 일정한 간격을 유지하게 하다, 일정한 간격을 두고 나누다, 공간을 두다

English → Vietnamese - space

n. khoảng thới gian, không gian, khoảng không, chổ, khoảng, khoảng trống, miếng cách chữ
v. làm cho cách nhau, phân chia hàng

Definition of space

1. Of time.
1. Archaic Free time; leisure, opportunity.
2. A specific (specified) period of time.
3. An undefined period of time (without qualifier, especially a short period); a while.
2. Unlimited or generalized physical extent.
4. Distance between things.
5. Physical extent across two or three dimensions; area, volume (sometimes for or to do something).
6. Physical extent in all directions, seen as an attribute of the universe (now usually considered as a part of space-time), or a mathematical model of this.
7. The near-vacuum in which planets, stars and other celestial objects are situated; the universe beyond the earth's atmosphere.
8. The physical and psychological area one needs within which to live or operate; personal freedom.
3. A bounded or specific physical extent.
9. A (chiefly empty) area or volume with set limits or boundaries.
10. Music A position on the staff or stave bounded by lines.
11. A gap in text between words, lines etc., or a digital character used to create such a gap.
12. Metal type A piece of metal type used to separate words, cast lower than other type so as not to take ink, especially one that is narrower than one en (compare quad).
13. A gap; an empty place.
14. Geometry A set of points, each of which is uniquely specified by a number (the dimensionality) of coordinates.
15. Mathematics A generalized construct or set whose members have some property in common; typically there will be a geometric metaphor allowing these members to be viewed as "points". Often used with a restricting modifier describing the members (e.g. vector space), or indicating the inventor of the construct (e.g. Hilbert space).
Functional analysis is best approached through a sound knowledge of Hilbert space theory.
16. Figuratively A marketplace for goods or services.
Innovation in the browser space
4. To roam, walk, wander.
5. To set some distance apart.
6. To insert or utilise spaces in a written text.
7. To eject into outer space, usually without a space suit.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: spacing
Present: space (3.person: spaces)
Past: spaced
Future: will space
Present conditional: would space
Present Perfect: have spaced (3.person: has spaced)
Past Perfect: had spaced
Future Perfect: will have spaced
Past conditional: would have spaced
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