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n.空间,间隔,距离,空地,余地,一段时间 vt.留间隔,隔开
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名词:spacer 动词过去式:spaced 过去分词:spaced 现在分词:spacing 第三人称单数:spaces

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/speɪs; spes/
n
1 [C] unused or unfilled gap or area between two or more objects or points 空白; 空隙; 空地
*the spaces between words 字与字之间的空隙
* There's a space here for your signature. 你可以在这空白处签字.
* Is there a space for the car in the firm's car park? 公司停车场有没有这辆车的位子?
* We were separated by a space of ten feet. 我们相距十英尺.
2 [U] unoccupied area or place available for use; room 空地方; 空处
*There isn't much space left for your luggage. 剩下的地方不太够你放行李的.
* Have you enough space to work in? 你做事的地方够大吗?
* There isn't enough space in the classroom for thirty desks. 教室里放不下三十张桌子. =>Usage 见所附用法.
3 [C, U] large area (esp of land not built on) 开阔地区, 空旷处(尤指无建筑物的)
*open spaces for children to play on 供儿童玩耍的空地
* a country of wide open spaces 土地辽阔的国家
* the freedom and space of the countryside 乡村的自由和广阔天地.
4 [U] continuous expanse in which all things exist and move 空间
*He was staring into space. 他极目远眺.
5 [U] (also ,outer `space) (often in compounds常用以构成复合词) universe beyond the earth's atmosphere in which all other planets and stars exist 外层空间; 太空
*travel through space to other planets 穿越太空飞向其他行星
* the exploration of outer space 对外层空间的探索.
6 [C usu sing 通常作单数] interval of time 时间的持续; 期间
*(with)in the space of two hours, ie during a period not longer than two hours 两小时之内
* a space of two weeks between appointments 两次约会之间相隔的两星期.
7 (idm 习语) cramped for room/space => cramp2. ,watch this `space (catchphrase 警语) (in a newspaper, etc) keep alert because sth interesting or surprising will appear here soon (见于报纸等)请留意此处(即将有不容错过的内容).

v [Tn, Tn.p] ~ sth (out) set sth out with regular spaces between 将某事物均匀隔开
*space out the posts three metres apart 把这些柱子间隔三米排开
* space out (ie spread) payments for a house over twenty years 房款分二十年付清
* space the rows
10 inches apart 排列成行距10英寸
* The letter was well spaced, ie typed, etc with a suitable amount of space between each line, etc. 信中的间隔距离处理得很整齐.

NOTE ON USAGE 用法
*Space, room, place and seat all relate to an area in a room, building, vehicle, etc which can be occupied by a person or thing. *space、room、place、seat均指房间、建筑物、车辆等中可容纳人或物的范围. Space (countable and uncountable) and room (uncountable) are the most general and suggest an undefined area, big enough for something or for a purpose *space(为可数和不可数名词)和room(不可数名词)最通用, 指不确定的范围, 可容下某物或符合某目的
*The wardrobe takes up too much space/room. 这衣橱太占地方了. Place and seat (both countable) are used for specific spaces, usually for people to sit *place和seat(均为可数名词)指具体的空处, 通常指座位
*We'll try to get places/seats at the front of the hall. 我们要设法弄到大厅前面的座位.
* There are only two places/seats left for tonight. 今晚只剩下两个座位了.

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In probability theory, the sample space or universal sample space, often denoted S, Ω, or U (for "universe"), of an experiment or random trial is the set of all possible outcomes. For example, if the experiment is tossing a coin, the sample space is the set {head, tail}.
1. The apparatus projects missiles into space.
    那项装置把飞弹发射至空中。

2. The man manoeuvres carelessly into his space.
    他漫不经心地进入他那一片空地。

3. The idea of colonising Mars----a world 160 times more distant than the Moon----will move decisively from the second phase to the third, when a significant number of people are living permanently in space.
    如果有相当数量的人永久性地住在太空,征服火星的计划 -- 一个比月球远160倍的星球 -- 就可以明确地从第2阶段进入第3阶段。

4. The man who manoeuvres carelessly into his twenty pounds´ worth of space at one of Europe´s myriad permanent sites may find himself bumping a Bentley.
    如果一位游客漫不经心地驾车驶入欧洲无数常年营地之一,花20镑租用一个空位,那么他可能会碰见一辆本特利汽车,

5. The Hubble telescope was launched into space by NASA on April 20, 1990 at a cost of over a billion dollars.
    哈勃望远镜于1990年4月20日由国家航空航天局发射升空,耗资10多亿美元。

6. The stars we see at night are really huge suns like our sun, but they are farther away in space.
    我们晚上看到的星星,其实都是和太阳一样巨大的恒星,只不过是在更远的宇宙空间罢了。

7. The lack of green space is now recognized and understood as a problem.
    现在人们已承认并意识到缺少绿色空间是一个问题。

8. The feeling of private space and ownership no longer exists in houses literally piled one on the other.
    住在层层相叠的房子里再也没有那种私人空间和拥有的感觉了。

9. Take care, however, not to enter someone's "personal space" by getting too close, too soon.
    但要注意,不要过快地靠别人太近,以免进入别人的“个人空间”。

10. Now that I speak a foreign language, instead of staring into space when English is being spoken,
    现在我已能够说外语,别人讲英语时我不再茫然不解了。

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