Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Space"

The meaning of "Space" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does spacing out mean?
A: É parecido com nossa expressão no português de "viajar" (na mente)
Q: What does in the space of .. minutes mean?
A: @Astrrrid it's not super common, but it's familiar!! People would know what you mean and it wouldn't be weird or anything 😀
Q: What does Remember to space out your words and to put a capital letter at the start of each sentence mean?
A: 銘々言葉をスペースも銘々文章の始めは大文字を付けるの覚えて。
Q: What does space wheat mean?
A: I think space wheat is wheat not grown on earth. For example, wheat grown on Mars is space wheat.
Q: What does great space for studying with outlets mean?
A: My old notebook computer only had about two hours of battery life. I liked to work in coffee shops. They're great places to work or study. But not all coffee shops have lots of electrical outlets. So I might recommend one to someone else by saying "it's a great place to study/work -- and it has plenty of electrical outlets for everyone."

Example sentences using "Space"

Q: Please show me example sentences with stare into space.
A: It means that Julia was not acting in the way she does usually. She was thinking and not paying attention to what was around her. She was dazed.

A good example of being a little out of it is Luna Lovegood, (from Harry Potter.)
Hope this helps explain things.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I need space..
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with space out.
A: Stop spacing out, i'm telling you a story.

The movie was so boring, i spaced out halfway.

Students often space out in historical class.
Q: Please show me example sentences with open space.
A: E.g. There is an open space at the harbour front for public use
Q: Please show me example sentences with "no space" .
A: There is no space between the two ______.

Synonyms of "Space" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to space out and be absent minded ?
A: "To space out" is sort of like "to become absent-minded". It's also more common in speech than "absent-minded". You could say something like "Sorry, I spaced out there for a sec," but you couldn't say "Sorry, I was absent-minded there for a sec." I think I usually hear "absent-minded" to describe someone else, and it might be in a bit of a negative light as well. It's mostly used in writing.
Q: What is the difference between space within the automobile and space inside of the automobile ?
A: @jokifreek I think it would sound a little odd, you probably souldn't. For example, saying 'I was listening to music within the car' would sound weird
Q: What is the difference between space and room ?
A: space and room have the same meaning when they are describing the capacity of something, for example: there is no space/room for you in the car.
there is no more space/room here.
these words differ when room is preceded by an article and it is describing the specific place of a building. example: I painted the room white.
these house is huge. there must be 20 rooms.

I hope these answer your question.
Q: What is the difference between A: I've spaced out. and B: I've been spaced out. ?
A: ive spaced out- completed action in the past
I've been spaced out- habitual action in the past

use first sentence more often, but both work
Q: What is the difference between closed space and enclosed space ?
A: Closed can mean not open (like a shop is closed). While enclosed is when something is physically covered or closed up. But sometimes they can be used interchangeably
E.g. A closed/enclosed space

Translations of "Space"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say this space where you put your feet on a car floor mat ?I'm not asking about the car floor mat.

Thank you in advance !
A: The footwell.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I own the space beside you.~


which is a correct?
A: Yes, that's exactly it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "Provides space for videos and audios"
A: In English, we use "audio" in the singular form. No one says, "audios".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A space of a date/month/year you fill in on a documen?Also,I'd like to know how to ask someone to fill in the space. Thank you in advance!
A: Maybe you mean the word personal data? It’s said like this. I believe if you were to ask someone to fill this category out they would have to fill out their birthday and everything. I think I got it? Correct me if I’m wrong again sorry if this is frustrating! I’m really trying!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can you give me a little space to get off? Is this sentence correct?
A: Yes it is correct. Or you can say
Please can you move so I can get out?

Other questions about "Space"

Q: Space travel is a game belonging to the upper class, especially for the privileged, as only Russian billionaires can afford a ticket into the out space. Does this sound natural?
A: I would say "space travel is a game belonging to the upper class and privileged, as only Russian billionaires can afford a ticket into outer space"
Q: ​​It is first important to realize that supporting space research can accelerate the development of green technologies. Many of the products or designs that were supposed to be used for rockets or satellites have been commercialized and helped us to lead a sustainable lifestyle. Take solar panels for example, they were designed to sustain the operation of satellites in the dark space but now we install tens of millions of solar panels to generate electricity on earth. In this case, a small amount of public funds, which were aimed to serve the space research in one specific field finally led to the general use of clean energy all over the world, and this means that space research not only expand our terrority in space but also enables us to make the best use of resources on earth. Does this sound natural?
A: This sounds very natural.

Change the comma in "Take solar panels for example," into a period. It's a complete sentence.
Change "expand" to "expands"

Otherwise, really good!
Q: Why is there a space in the word "per se"
A: @nekosweets: No,
Per se is actually two words, borrowed from Latin, meaning
through/by itself. Nothing to do with pronunciation that it is written with a space... :) So...your second answer !
Q: I'll be careful of space after punctional. Does this sound natural?
A: I'll be careful with spaces after punctuation.

"Be careful of" is for something dangerous. "Be careful of the dog."
Q: What does "You clear space on your calendar, there will be an enquiry." mean?

Penny: So, how was paintball, did you have fun?
Sheldon: Sure, if you consider being fragged by your own troops fun.(To Howard) You clear space on your calendar, there will be an enquiry.
Penny: Okay, um, oh hey, I'm having a party on Saturday so if you guys are around you should come by.
A: "You make time on your calendar, as there will be an investigation into why you [Howard] back stabbed me [Sheldon]."

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