Definition of space warp in English:

space warp

Syllabification: space warp

noun

An imaginary or hypothetical distortion of space-time that enables space travelers to travel faster than light or otherwise make journeys contrary to the commonly accepted laws of physics.
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  • An image of an old man, around 70 years old, appeared through the space warp, wearing an emerald cloak stretching farther beyond his ankles.
  • There can be no connection between universes, no wormholes or space warps created by spinning black holes.

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