- SPACE OUT
- SPACYглупый, легкомысленный, пустой.
American slang. English-Russian dictionary. 2014.
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space out — transitive verb 1. : to fill out (a line) by increasing the interword spacing 2. : to extend the vertical dimension of (a page or form) as by interlinear insertion of leads or furniture : blank 6 * * * space out 1. To set wide apart or wider… … Useful english dictionary
space out — 1. n. a giddy person. (Usually space out.) □ Terry is becoming such a space out! □ What a space out you are! 2. AND space in. to become giddy; to become disoriented. □ She is spacing again. She doesn’t even know where she is … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
space out — verb a) To position (objects, people etc.) at regular intervals with a calculated space between them. It is easy to daydream (i.e. space out) when you try to read anything uninteresting, so this often does not bode well for college students who… … Wiktionary
space out — intransitive verb Date: 1970 to become inattentive, distracted, or mentally remote < spaced out halfway through the lecture > … New Collegiate Dictionary
space out — (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To separate] Syn. distribute, disperse, divide; see separate 2 . 2. [To become dazed] Syn. daydream, stupefy, tune out, lose one s attention … English dictionary for students
space out — v To detach (oneself) from reality. Dan is so spaced out he doesn t know what planet he is on. 1960s … Historical dictionary of American slang
space out — v. stare in a fixed manner at nothing in particular, be miles away … English contemporary dictionary
space out — v. be befuddled; become disoriented or disorganized … English slang
space out phr v — What do astronauts get when they re far apart? Spaced out … English expressions
To space out — Набирать вразрядку; разгонять строку … Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии
space something out — ˌspace sthˈout derived to arrange things with a wide space between them • The houses are spaced out in this area of town. • Mothers were being advised to try to space out their pregnancies. Main entry: ↑spacederived … Useful english dictionary