Definition of hyperspace in English:

hyperspace

Line breaks: hyper|space
Pronunciation: /ˈhʌɪpəspeɪs
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1Space of more than three dimensions.
More example sentences
  • Furthermore, in eighth dimensional hyperspace, the strength of correlation between two events does not weaken as they draw further apart.
  • The vortex that occurs on a 3-d sphere rotating in hyperspace could be a conduit to other dimensions or parallel universes.
  • I'm scanning all hyperspace frequencies and wavelengths, along with all sensor and communication relay nets.
1.1(In science fiction) a notional space-time continuum in which it is possible to travel faster than light.
More example sentences
  • Soon the star field distorted and the rebel ships disappeared into the vortex of hyperspace.
  • He could see the vivacious beauty of hyperspace out beyond the magnetic containment field.
  • After a few minutes of tense waiting, Kade's scanner detected a massive tachyon burst, indicating the Sirran ships had entered hyperspace.

Derivatives

hyperspatial

Pronunciation: /-ˈspeɪʃ(ə)l/
adjective
More example sentences
  • One does not need a hyperspatial jump to recognize that being the ‘largest’ is the very problem of these systems.
  • It's a program, a piece of hyperspatial software designed explicitly to interface with the Mystery.
  • By gum, there is evidence for the hyperspatial nature of knitting in my own home.

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