例句1. there was not enough space for them all
例句2. the green spaces in and around London are under constant threat from developers
例句3. the space between the timbers was filled with mud and straw
例句4. make sure students have written their name in the appropriate space
Quantities and units of space and time
The building had about 4,000-square-feet of office space and 6,000-square-feet of warehouse space
Figurations and symbols on the arrangement plans of ships--Equipments in commissary space and sanitary space
To create a good environment and development space for entrepreneurs
atmosphere, magnetoshere and plasma-in-space
single-stage-to-orbit, horizontal-take-off-and-landing reusable space vehicle
Method for the determination of the space required by capacitors and resistors with unidirectional terminations
“However, we oppose Taiwan authorities′ activities in ”expanding its international space of survival“ with the aim of creating ”two Chinas“ or ”one China, one Taiwan“”
Commission on Space Studies of the Earth′s Surface, Meteorology and Climate
address space identifier (ASID)
Second United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
electric space heater,whether or not with blowers
non-electric space heater of copper,for domestic sue
multiple address space partition
A clear floor space of 10 meters by 15 meters
The house occupies a large space .
air heater (fixed or mobile)of iron or steel,non-electric,incorporating a motor,driven fan or blower for space heating or drying materials
grill of iron or steel,for domestic-type,nonelectric,stoves,ovens space heaters
Declaration of Legal Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space
Give them sufficient space to develop
The public green space has increased three times.
Agreement on Liability for Damage Caused by the Launching of Objects into Outer Space
Beijing Declaration on Space Technology Applications for Environmentally Sound and Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific [ESCAP]
Agreement on the Rescue of Astronauts,the Return of Astronauts and the return of Objects Launched into Outer Space
Colloquium on Light Pollution, Radio Interference and Space Debris
National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA] [formerly known as National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics] [United States]
Open-ended Working Group on International Cooperation in the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
Technical Subcommittee of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
Monthly Survey of Selected Events in the Peaceful Exploration of Outer Space
Stars condense from the matter scattered thinly through interstellar space .
unattended machinery space(L.R.)
1.A blank between printed, typed, or written words, characters, numbers, etc.
‘In the texts of the period, there were no _spaces_ between words, punctuation was meagre, and reading depended on a capacity to see patterns in the unbroken lines.’
‘Note that the Greek New Testament was originally written without punctuation or _spaces_ between words.’
2.A continuous area or expanse which is free, available, or unoccupied.
‘a table took up much of the _space_ ’
‘we shall all be living together in a small _space_ ’
3.A mathematical concept generally regarded as a set of points having some specified structure.
‘However he continued to work on topological ideas, in particular embedding complexes in Euclidean _space_ .’
‘Up to this stage quantum theory was set up in Euclidean _space_ and used Cartesian tensors of linear and angular momentum.’
4.An area of land which is not occupied by buildings.
‘she had a love of open _spaces_ ’
‘The trees were growing naturally on a sunny roadside or in an open _space_ , being unshaded by other trees.’
5.An area rented or sold as business premises.
‘We don’t want to rent expensive office _space_ and have that fixed expense looming over our heads every month.’
‘Can you convince a business or community center to donate _space_ or offer a reduced rent?’
6.An interval of time (often used to suggest that the time is short considering what has happened or been achieved in it)
‘both their cars were stolen in the _space_ of three days’
‘All of that build-up for Christmas, and it’s replaced by another holiday in the _space_ of a day.’
7.Capacity for storage of data in a computer or other digital device.
‘additional disk _space_ is required for the database operation’
‘delete songs from your iPod should you start running out of _space_ ’
8.Each of the four gaps between the five lines of a stave.
‘A gifted music teacher, he even devised his own system of music writing with four _spaces_ between five lines to show the strings and the numbers from zero to four to guide the fingers.’
‘If we go up three _spaces_ into the treble clef or down three into the bass, we will find C again.’
9.One of two possible states of a signal in certain systems.
10.Pages in a newspaper or magazine, or time between television or radio programmes, available for advertising.
‘it is the media person’s job to buy the press _space_ or the TV or radio spots’
‘The majority of revenue comes from selling advertising _space_ on the radio stations.’
11.The dimensions of height, depth, and width within which all things exist and move.
‘the work gives the sense of a journey in _space_ and time’
‘Furthermore, could we explore the idea of the body as a dynamic nonlinear hologram existing within a fractal _space_ ?’
12.The freedom to live, think, and develop in a way that suits one.
‘a teenager needing her own _space_ ’
‘They need _space_ and freedom to run their units and develop as independent leaders.’
13.The near-vacuum extending between the planets and stars, containing small amounts of gas and dust.
‘He drew a map of the world as it was then known and calculated the angle of tilt of the earth in _space_ .’
‘Beyond the window, _space_ stretched out to infinity, looking coldly back at them.’
14.The physical universe beyond the earth's atmosphere.
‘His first extended mission in _space_ was a stay aboard Mir in 1988.’
‘If this is the true shape of the universe, it means _space_ is finite.’
15.The portion of a text or document available or needed to write about a subject.
‘there is no _space_ to give further details’
‘We had extra _space_ , the editors said after I wrote to them in panic, so we gave it to you.’
1.(in printing or writing) put blanks between (words, letters, or lines).
‘Why is it that when you edit a post, the line _spacing_ goes weird?’
‘The body of the manuscript must be double _spaced_ , and margins should be at least one inch all around.’
2.Be or become euphoric or unaware of one's surroundings, especially from taking drugs.
‘I was so tired that I began to feel totally _spaced_ out’
‘I kind of _space_ out for a few minutes’
3.Position (two or more items) at a distance from one another.
‘the poles are _spaced_ 3m apart’
‘Tables on both floors are thankfully _spaced_ widely apart so that you do not have to listen to the other tables’ conversations.’
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