Definition of interspace in English:

interspace

Syllabification: in·ter·space

noun

Pronunciation: /ˈin(t)ərˌspās
 
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A space between objects: volcanic rock that has been crushed into fragments and the interspaces filled with turquoise and oxide of iron
More example sentences
  • Fine, evenly spaced, simple, prorsiradiate ribs are separated by narrow interspaces.
  • There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.
  • In the Nevada species the costae are more dense, with narrower interspaces and less of a tendency for medial intercalation.

verb

Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərˈspās
 
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[with object] (usually be interspaced) Back to top  
Put or occupy a space between: the great four-story houses were interspaced with the ramshackle cottages of the workmen
More example sentences
  • The speeches by spiritual heads were interspaced with Christmas carols by leading church choirs from the city.
  • The session was interspaced with militant slogan shouting and revolutionary songs.
  • Other Rebels were interspaced through the greenery, all waiting for any sign of enemy troops.

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