- 1. noun /speɪs/a) The intervening contents of a volume.
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.b) Space occupied by or intended for a person or thing.
Horizontal spacing is further divided into multiples and fractions of the em. The multiples are called quads. The fractions are called spaces.See Also: address space, aerospace, affine space, airspace, air space, backspace, Baire space, Banach space, base space, breathing space, chemical space, column space, compact space, conjugate space, connected space, crawl space, crawlspace, cyberspace, danger space, dark space, dead-air space, dead space, deep space, double-space, drift space, dual space, Einstein space, espace, Euclidean space, exceptional space, exotic four-space, fishing space, flat space, Foch space, Fourier space, Fréchet space, free space, function space, G space, hair space, half space, Hausdorff space, headspace, Hilbert space, homeomorphic space, homogeneous space, hydrospace, hyperbolic space, hyperspace, image space, inertial space, inner product space, interaction space, interplanetary space, interspace, interstellar space, intervillous space, isometric space, joint space, justifying space, lacunary space, Lindelöf space, loading space, measurable space, metacompact space, metric space, metrizable space, Minkowski space, Moore space, multispace, namespace, n space, n-dimensional space, normal space, normed linear space, null space, object space, open half space, orbit space, orthogonal space, outer space, paracompact space, Pauli spin space, Peano space, perfectly separable space, perivitelline space, phase space, Polish space, popliteal space, pore space, probability space, problem space, projective space, quotient space, reflexive Banach space, regular space, regular topological space, Riemann space, sample space, separable space, sequentially compact space, shrinking space, single-space, space age, Space Age, space alien, space attenuation, space bar, space biology, space blanket, spaceborne, space cadet, space capsule, space centrode, space charge, space cloth, space communication, space cone, space coordinate, spacecraft, space current, space curve, spaced, space defence, space defense, spaced-out, space environment, space factor, spacefaring, space fixed reference, space flight, space frame, spaceful, space group, space guidance, space heater, space hopper, space junk, space lattice, spaceless, spacelike, spaceman, space medicine, space mission, space motion, space navigation, space out, space perception, space permeability, space polar coordinate, spaceport, space power system, space probe, space processing, space quadrature, space quantization, spacer, space race, space reconnaissance, space reddening, space request, space research, space satellite, space science, spaceship, space shuttle, space sickness, space simulator, space station, space suit, space suppression, space technology, space tourism, space velocity, space walk, spaceward, space wave, space weapon, space weather, space writer, space-time, spacey, spacious, spin space, state space, strictly convex space, subarachnoid space, subspace, sunspace, suprasternal, symmetric space, T0 space, T1 space, T3 space, T4 space, tangent space, tensor space, three-space, topological space, total space, triangulable space, Tychonoff space, uniform space, unitary space, vector space, watch this space, wave-vector space, weakly complete space, white space, whitespace, workspace2. verb /speɪs/a) To be separated to a distance.
But she as Fayes are wont, in priuie place / Did spend her dayes, and lovd in forests wyld to space.b) To eject into outer space. Usually without a space suit.
: The cities are evenly spaced.