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Turkish translation of “space”

space

noun
 
 
/speɪs/
EMPTY AREA [C, U] A2 an empty area which is available to be used
yer, alan, mahal, boşluk
a parking space We need more open spaces for children to play in. There wasn't enough space for everyone. [+ to do sth] We don't have the space to store it all.Space - general wordsAreas of land in general
OUTSIDE EARTH [U] B1 the area outside the Earth
uzay, feza
They plan to send another satellite into space. space travelThe Earth and outer space - general words
in the space of six weeks/three hours, etc during a period of six weeks/three hours, etc
altı haftalık/üç saatlik vs. zaman zarfında
It all happened in the space of 10 minutes. → See also breathing space, outer spacePeriods of time - general words
(Definition of space noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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