Definition of spacious in English:

spacious

Syllabification: spa·cious
Pronunciation: /ˈspāSHəs
 
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adjective

(Especially of a room or building) having ample space.
More example sentences
  • There are two other rooms on the ground floor, a shower room and a spacious store room.
  • The rooms are spacious and the large windows should ensure a bright and open feeling.
  • The spacious rooms of the centre will be used for singing, dancing, drama and classes in being a DJ.
Synonyms
roomy, capacious, palatial, airy, sizable, generous, large, big, vast, immense; extensive, expansive, sweeping, rolling, rambling, open
formal commodious

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French spacios or Latin spatiosus, from spatium (see space).

Derivatives

spaciously

adverb
More example sentences
  • The interior is dramatic rather than immediately romantic, but dimmed lighting and spaciously divided tables make it perfect for an intimate rendezvous - which is lucky, since I took my fiancé e to dine.
  • The atmosphere is decidedly homey, with tables and sofas spaciously dispersed to give each customer his own intimate space.
  • Inside, the shop is well-lighted, the aisles wide and the stalls laid out spaciously, so there is plenty of room for anyone in a wheelchair.

spaciousness

noun
More example sentences
  • The bedrooms are not all large but ingenious contemporary design manages to give a feeling of spaciousness and some rooms overlook the swimming pool with the sea behind, and a view of Spargi island.
  • They further extended perceived interior spaciousness by installing large expanses of glass with views into the front, rear, and side yards.
  • A probing torch beam reveals distant rock faces, giving the impression of great spaciousness, of room to swim and explore.

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