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space

noun /speis/
a gap; an empty or uncovered place
espacio, hueco
I couldn’t find a space for my car.
room; the absence of objects; the area available for use
espacio, sitio, lugar
Have you enough space to turn round? Is there space for one more?
(often outer space) the region outside the Earth’s atmosphere, in which all stars and other planets etc are situated
espacio
travellers through space.
spacing noun the amount of distance left between objects, words etc when they are set or laid out
espaciamiento, espaciado
The word-processing software adjusts the space between words automatically.
spacious /ˈspeiʃəs/ adjective providing or having plenty of room
espacioso
Their dining-room is very spacious.
spaciously adverb
ampliamente
spaciousness noun
amplitud
the spaciousness of the apartment.
space-age adjective extremely up-to-date and advanced
era espacial
space-age technology.
spacecraft noun a vehicle etc, manned or unmanned, for travelling in space.
nave espacial
spaceship noun a spacecraft, especially a manned one.
nave espacial
spacesuit noun a suit designed to be worn by a spaceman.
traje espacial
(Definition of space from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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