spacenoun

  • ja場所、スペース、空き地
  • enan empty area, place, portion, or time period, especially one that is free to use

Examples

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- What the hell's going on? - Should we be scared?
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This is a safe space, emotionally.
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Physically, we're obviously in terrible danger.
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This is a good hiding space.
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Scully, why are you lying down?
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'Cause there was a bed here.
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Thank you both so much for coming in.
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This is a safe space where choices are welcome.
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Okay, now, I trust that both of you had a chance to review the script?
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- Yeah. - Good. Now, throw them away!
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What the hell? I wrote notes in the margin.
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Adrian, are you living in the break room?
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No, why do you ask?
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Because you're shaving your shoulder in our communal eating space.
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You have a bed set up on the couch, stuff like that.
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In my contract, it is stipulated that I provide a temporary work space.
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It will arrive in 1 hour.
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What?
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- What's this? - Oh, what?
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Bring it in!
6.
Roll into the future with Work Bus.

Other meanings for space...

spacenoun

  • ja宇宙
  • enthe outside of the Earth's atmosphere
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You really like all this space stuff, huh?
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Yeah.
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My dad says if I spent as much time helping him clean apartments as I do daydreaming about outer space,
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he'd be able to afford a trip to the Taj Mahal.
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I think you'd have to clean a whole lot of apartments to go all the way to India.
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No, the one in Atlantic City.
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Dad loves the slots.
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Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space.
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Maybe we should trust that, even if we can't understand it yet.
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Florida Alps?
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There we learned to fly.
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Hold on, Dog.
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Out into outer space!
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And back down into the ocean.
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Our world's like this.
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See, we're on the inside, and Mouse is on the outside.
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In outer space?
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No, in the world.
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It's much closer than outer space.
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I can't see the outside side.
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In Asgard, Thor returns from 2 years of looking for Infinity Stones in various realms to discover Loki's deception.
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When they find the real Odin, he's at the end of his life.
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And his death allows Hela to escape her millennia of imprisonment.
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She destroys Mjolnir, blasts the 2 brothers into space, and takes over Asgard.
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Too much garbage in your face?
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There's plenty of space out in space!
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BNL Starliners leaving each day.
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We'll clean up the mess while you're away!
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Okay, I thought I mentioned last week.
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The jokes aren't playing as well on here.
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So Rick, we know you're not in space.
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Guys, please, if we can focus just for a second,
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we'll get this done, and then we can all go back to whatever we're doing.
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Based on a classic science fiction novel by Orson Scott Card, set in outer space,
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and with a cast that included up-and-comer Asa Butterfield and everyone's favorite star warrior, Harrison Ford,
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'Ender's Game' was a movie with seriously high hopes.

spacenoun

  • jaプライバシー、1人の時間、心の距離
  • enprivacy, time alone, or emotional separation
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You think because you pretend to be asleep,
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I'm gonna get frustrated and just forget what we were talking about?
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Why do you always think I'm trying to play you?
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Look, I'm not accusing you of anything.
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I'm just asking you for some clarification.
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I said what I had to say, case closed.
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No. Uh-uh.
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You can't just wake up 1 morning and say you need space and expect that to be case closed.
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- What's that, after all we've been through together? - Keep your voice down.
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I don't love you anymore and I'm sorry.
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I know it hurts but it's how I feel.
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You just need some space.
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Mmm, I'm not sure the space— I could have all the space I want.
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But I think I would end up, occasionally, maybe wanting to sleep with you but nothing more.
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So, I think I just can't really see us having a future.
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And I think you should move on.
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- Everybody on this plane likes to have sex. - Okay, you know what?
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If it was all about sex for me, I would have found somebody a lot hotter!
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That is one of the rudest things that anyone has ever said to me.
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I thought you were different. I thought maybe, for once, I met a nice guy.
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I'm gonna give you some space, I think.
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- Oh, my God, you are so annoying. I need some space you are suffocating me. - Well. I thought you're my best friend.
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It's not you. It's me...
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...finding you really annoying.
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It's been so long.
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- Where the heck did you go? - You went away.
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- You sold your house. - I left you.
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You moved to New York.
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It was a bad breakup, but I was like, "This is for me. I need this."
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- You needed some space. - Yeah.
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- I needed some space. - Oh, no.
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So, imagine 2 people are walking towards each other on the street.
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They'll glance at each other from a distance.
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That's the civility, the acknowledgment.
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And then as they get closer, they'll look away,
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to give each other some space.
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Some of us need our own space sometimes.
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We've been through a lot. We go through a lot.