space

speɪs

Перевод:

Noun: пространство место площадь космос
Verb: оставлять промежутки разбивать на шпации набирать в разрядку расставлять промежутки

Фразы:

space with boundary - пространство с краем

comparison in space - сравнение в пространстве

a confined space - замкнутое, ограниченное пространство

the deep of outer space - бездна открытого космоса

to domesticate space - осваивать космос

steam space duty - нагрузка парового объема

intermediate space between extremes - промежуточное положение между крайностями

space flight - космический полёт

generous amount of storage space - огромные складские помещения

very incomplete space - очень неполное пространство

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Примеры:

There's not much empty space. - Там не так много свободного места.

Leave a space after each number. - Оставьте пробел после каждой цифры.

The space around the building was silent. - Вокруг здания всё было тихо.

I spaced out for a few minutes. - Несколько минут я был в отключке.

I felt totally spaced out. - Я был в полной отключке.

Enter your name in the space provided. - Введите своё имя в соответствующем поле.

There is no space to discuss this issue here. - Здесь не то место, чтобы обсуждать этот вопрос.

European Space Agency - Европейское космическое агентство

the space behind the couch - пространство позади кушетки

We need to maximize the space. - Нам нужно максимально использовать пространство.

Space exploitation is now a fact. - Сейчас исследования космического пространства стали реальностью.

The spaceship blazed out into space. - Космический корабль, сияя, понёсся в космическое пространство.

The space is too small, the bookcase won't go in. - Здесь слишком мало места, книжный шкаф сюда не войдёт.

Mandy had four children in the space of four years. - Мэнди родила четверых детей в течение четырёх лет.

She was just staring into space. - Она просто смотрела в пустоту.

She backed into a parking space. - Она задним ходом въехала на парковочное место.

He had plenty of space to study. - У него было много места для учёбы.

You have done a lot in a short space of time. - Вы очень много сделали за короткий промежуток времени.

Every available space on the wall was covered in pictures. - Всё свободное пространство на стене было покрыто фотографиями.

We don't have much shelf space. - Места на полках (для выкладки товара) у нас не так много.

I snagged a parking space in the last row. - Я зацепил парковочное место в последнем ряду.

the far reaches of outer space - дальние просторы космоса

the space shuttle's robotic arm - манипулятор космического челнока

the vast reaches of outer space - безбрежные просторы космического пространства

the unfathomable reaches of space - бездонные глубины космоса

Lucy cleared a space on her desk. - Люси расчистила место на своём рабочем столе.

a space capsule orbiting the Earth - капсула космического корабля на орбите Земли

Bob reversed into a parking space. - Боб задним ходом въехал на парковочное место.

The Space Shuttle is now in orbit. - Космический шаттл сейчас находится на орбите.

The hedge takes up too much space. - Ограда занимает слишком много места.

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Связанные термины:

space age: The space age is the present period in the history of the world, when travel in space has become possible.

space-bar: a horizontal bar on a typewriter or computer keyboard that is depressed in order to leave a space between words, letters, etc

space law: the projected law that would govern the use of outer space by various nations based on certain treaties

space out: to insert more space between letters, words, or lines so as to extend to the required length

crawl space: a narrow space in a building giving access to wiring and plumbing

deep space: any region of outer space beyond the system of the earth and moon

disk space: a number of bytes on a disk for the storage of data

extra space: You use space to refer to an area that is empty or available . The area can be any size . For example, you can refer to a large area outside as a large open space or to a small area between two objects as a small space .

floor space: an area on the floor of a premises where objects may be placed

free space: a region that has no gravitational and electromagnetic fields : used as an absolute standard

hair space: the thinnest of the metal spaces used in setting type to separate letters or words

inner space: the environment beneath the surface of the sea

life space: a spatial representation of all the forces that control a person's behaviour

more space: You use space to refer to an area that is empty or available . The area can be any size. For example, you can refer to a large area outside as a large open space or to a small area between two objects as a small space .

outer space: Outer space is the area outside the earth's atmosphere where the other planets and stars are situated .

roof space: the attic space inside a roof

safe space: a place or forum where people can openly discuss controversial subjects without fear of reprisal

space cadet: a person who is eccentric or out of touch with reality, as if affected by drugs

space junk: objects such as artificial satellites, material discarded from space stations, etc that remain in space after use

space opera: a science-fiction drama, such as a film or television programme, esp one dealing with interplanetary flight

space plane: any of a series of reusable US space vehicles ( Columbia ( exploded 2003), Challenger (exploded 1986), Discovery, Atlantis, Endeavour ) that could be launched into earth orbit, transporting astronauts and equipment for a period of observation, research, etc, before re-entry and an unpowered landing on a runway . The first operational flight took place in 1981 and it was taken out of service in 2011

space probe: A space probe is a spacecraft with no people in it which is sent into space in order to study the planets and send information about them back to earth.

space race: → the space race

space shoe: a custom shoe molded to the contours of the wearer's foot

space shot: the launch of a spacecraft and its subsequent flight in space

space suit: A space suit is a special protective suit that is worn by astronauts in space.

space-time: the four-dimensional continuum having three spatial coordinates and one time coordinate that together completely specify the location of a particle or an event

space walk: When an astronaut goes on a space walk, he or she leaves the spacecraft and works outside it while floating in space.

swing space: a temporary working environment, used esp while renovations are being carried out

third space: the coffee shop considered as an alternative to a bar or restaurant as a place to socialize outside the home

vast space: You use space to refer to an area that is empty or available . The area can be any size . For example, you can refer to a large area outside as a large open space or to a small area between two objects as a small space .

wall space: You use space to refer to an area that is empty or available . The area can be any size . For example, you can refer to a large area outside as a large open space or to a small area between two objects as a small space .

white space: the portions of a printed page that lack text, illustrations, etc. and are therefore blank

work space: the place where a person, or people work

annular space: An annular space is a ring-shaped space outside the drillpipe, through which mud and cuttings are removed.

Crookes space: a dark region near the cathode in some low-pressure gas-discharge tubes

double-space: to type ( copy ) with a full space between lines

enough space: You use space to refer to an area that is empty or available . The area can be any size. For example, you can refer to a large area outside as a large open space or to a small area between two objects as a small space .

garage space: space available for housing a motor vehicle, usually within a purpose-built building

limited space: You use space to refer to an area that is empty or available . The area can be any size. For example, you can refer to a large area outside as a large open space or to a small area between two objects as a small space .

linear space: a mathematical structure consisting of a set of objects ( vectors ) associated with a field of objects ( scalars ), such that the set constitutes an Abelian group and a further operation, scalar multiplication, is defined in which the product of a scalar and a vector is a vector

living space: the amount of space people have to live in

metric space: a set for which a metric is defined between every pair of points

office space: office space is a room or rooms in a building that provide a suitable environment for office operations

sample space: the set of possible outcomes of an experiment ; the range of values of a random variable

single-space: to type ( copy ) without leaving a space between the lines

space blanket: a plastic insulating body wrapping coated on one or both sides with aluminium foil which reflects back most of the body heat lost by radiation: carried by climbers, mountaineers, etc, for use in cases of exposure or exhaustion

space capsule: a vehicle, sometimes carrying people or animals, designed to obtain scientific information from space, planets, etc, and be recovered on returning to earth

space charge: the negative electric charge within a cloud of electrons that is located in one of the spaces between electrodes, usually the cathode and first grid, in a vacuum tube

space fiction: a book, film, TV series, etc, set in outer space

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Однокоренные слова:

space out - набирать в разрядку

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