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We replaced the bath with a shower to create more space.
Every space on the walls is covered with pictures.
Their voices sounded loud in the confined space.
The nursery has space for 48 children.
What we really need is more green spaces in cities.
policies to protect, enhance, and create open space
These applications don't take up huge amounts of hard disk space.
a two-storey building with 3,000 square metres of floor space
In summer the roof space is very hot.
Leave a space of about two feet.
You can grow seeds in the spaces between the plants.
man's ventures into space
a space mission
The crew have been living in space for over three months.
The idea that space and time were curved was still controversial.
the changing positions of objects in three-dimensional space
Leave one line space between the paragraphs.
Newspapers also make money from selling advertising space.
The children were given little personal space or privacy.
It was an amazing achievement in such a short space of time.
In the space of 36 hours, I had travelled halfway round the world.
This is the British English definition of space. View American English definition of space.
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