spacing
Verb
  1. present participle of space#English|space

Noun

spacing

  1. The action of the verb space.
  2. A way in which objects or people are separated by spaces.
    The spacing of the desks in the exam hall was intended to prevent candidates from copying each other's work.
  3. The space between two objects or people.
    Put some more spacing between those two words to make them more readable.
  4. (science fiction) The activity of working or living in outer space; the occupation of a spacer.
Translations Translations
Adjective

spacing (not comparable)

  1. That inserts space between two objects.
Related terms
  • long-spacing sonic log



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