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acoustics the aspects of a room or space that make sounds easy or difficult to hear (used with a plural verb).
advance a forward movement in space. [1/8 definitions]
aerospace the earth's atmosphere and the space beyond it.
air pressure the force of air on things. Air pressure has to do with how much force air has when it has been compressed into a space like a tire. It is also the pressure of the earth's atmosphere.
aisle an open space for passing between rows or sections of seats or shelves.
ample large in size, amount, or space; as much or more than is needed.
angle1 the space between such lines measured in degrees. [1/4 definitions]
apart away from each other in time or space; at or to a distance; separated. [1/2 definitions]
apartment a room or set of rooms used as living space.
arch1 a curved structure made out of stone or brick and used to span an open space such as a door. [1/4 definitions]
area the amount of surface within a certain space. [1/3 definitions]
astronaut a person trained to take part in space flight.
atmosphere the gases surrounding the earth or other similar objects in outer space. [1/3 definitions]
attic the space in a house directly beneath the roof.
basement the space in a building that is underground or partly underground.
bedside the space beside a bed, especially of a sick person. [1/2 definitions]
bench a table for working on, often with space for tools. [1/4 definitions]
berth a space for a ship to dock or anchor. [1/2 definitions]
bin a container or space for storing things such as wood, certain foods, or coal. Bins are also used for storing things that will be discarded later.
black hole a region or body in space with gravity so strong that neither light nor matter can escape it. Scientists believe that black holes form when very large stars collapse.
blank a place or space where something is left out or missing. [1/6 definitions]