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Noun

Singular
space
Plural
countable and uncountable; plural spaces
space (countable and uncountable; plural spaces)
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  1. The intervening contents of a volume.
  2. (uncountable) Space occupied by or intended for a person or thing.
  3. (countable) An area or volume of sufficient size to accommodate a person or thing.
  4. A while.
  5. The volume beyond the atmosphere of planets that consists of a relative vacuum.
  6. The volume beyond the Kármán line that lies 100km above mean sea level of the Earth.
  7. A gap between written or printed letters, numbers, characters, or lines; a blank.^ In order to place a Power Node into a slot, it must connect to a slot where a Power Node already lies, which means that you will have to place Power Nodes into blank slots in order to place another Power Node in an upgrade slot at times.
    • GameFAQs: Dead Space (PS3) FAQ/Walkthrough by Berserker 11 January 2010 3:03 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: General]

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    1. In digital text, a character representing a space ( ).
  8. (letterpress typography) 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).^ If you don't take shelter behind one when the asteroid shower has started then Isaac will get smashed to pieces due to the incoming asteroids.
    • GameFAQs: Dead Space (PS3) FAQ/Walkthrough by Berserker 11 January 2010 3:03 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: General]

    ^ Shoot the furthest one with stasis to limit his movements while you take on the other.
    • GameFAQs: Dead Space (PS3) FAQ/Walkthrough by Berserker 11 January 2010 3:03 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: General]

    ^ When fighting more than one, use the Line Gun or Plasma Cutter.
    • GameFAQs: Dead Space (PS3) FAQ/Walkthrough by Berserker 11 January 2010 3:03 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: General]

    • 1683, Joseph Moxon, Mechanick Exercises: Or, the Doctrine of Handy-Works. Applied to the art of Printing., v 2, pp. 240–41:
      If it be only a .Single Letter or two that drops, he thruſts the end of his Bodkin between every Letter of that Word, till he comes to a Space: and then perhaps by forcing thoſe Letters closer, he may have room to put in another Space or a Thin Space; which if he cannot do, and he finds the Space ſtand Looſe in the Form; he with the Point of his Bodkin picks the Space up and bows it a little; which bowing makes the Letters on each ſide of the Space keep their parallel diſtance; for by its Spring it thruſts the Letters that were cloſed with the end of the Bodkin to their adjunct Letters, that needed no cloſing.^ The Hunter Returns Location: Sleep Block C Bunks Details: This will be received right after picking up the Nav Card on the other side of this room.
      • GameFAQs: Dead Space (PS3) FAQ/Walkthrough by Berserker 11 January 2010 3:03 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: General]

      ^ When it picks Isaac up, fire at its weak points - you might have to waste ammo here and spam the boss with fire in order to hit it.
      • GameFAQs: Dead Space (PS3) FAQ/Walkthrough by Berserker 11 January 2010 3:03 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: General]

      ^ I usually only post up info on my blog now however, but I still move between the listed boards every now and then.
      • GameFAQs: Dead Space (PS3) FAQ/Walkthrough by Berserker 11 January 2010 3:03 UTC www.gamefaqs.com [Source type: General]

    • 1979, Marshall Lee, Bookmaking, p 110:
      Horizontal spacing is further divided into multiples and fractions of the em. The multiples are called quads. The fractions are called spaces.
    • 2005, Phil Baines and Andrew Haslam, Type & Typography, 2nd ed, p 91:
      Other larger spaces – known as quads – were used to space out lines.
  9. (geometry) A set of points, each of which is uniquely specified by a set of coordinates; the number of coordinates specifying a point and the number of mutually perpendicular axes along which the coordinates lie are the same, and that is the number of dimensions of the space.
  10. One's personal freedom to think or be oneself.
  11. The state of mind one is in when daydreaming.
  12. (mathematics) a generalized construct or set, the members of which have certain properties in common; often used in combination with the name of a particular mathematician
  13. (Indian philosophy) One of the five basic elements.

Quotations

Synonyms

  • (intervening contents of a volume): volume
  • (space occupied by or intended for a person or thing): room, volume
  • (area or volume of sufficient size to accommodate a person or thing): place, spot, volume
  • (area beyond the atmosphere of planets that consists of a vacuum): outer space
  • (gap between written characters): blank, gap, whitespace (graphic design)
  • (metal type): quad, quadrat
  • (set of points each uniquely specified by a set of coordinates):
  • (person freedom to think or be oneself):
  • (state of mind one is in when daydreaming):
  • (generalized construct or set in mathematics):
  • (one of the five basic elements in Indian philosophy):

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Verb

Infinitive
to space
Third person singular
spaces
Simple past
spaced
Past participle
spaced
Present participle
spacing
to space (third-person singular simple present spaces, present participle spacing, simple past and past participle spaced)
  1. (transitive) To be separated to a distance.
    The cities are evenly spaced.
  2. (intransitive) To eject into outer space. Usually without a space suit.
    The captain spaced the traitors.

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