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Space in Spanish 🇪🇸

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space espacio
How to say “space” in Spanish? “Espacio”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “espacio” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on space in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the word “espacio”:
– Associate “espacio” with “space” by remembering that both words start with “sp,” and both have an “a” in the second syllable.
– Think of the word “special,” which in Spanish is “especial,” and note how “espacio” also starts with “esp-.”
– Visualize outer space, or the vast expanse of the universe, and recall that in Spanish, that is also “espacio.”

– “Espacio” is a noun in Spanish that refers to an area which is free, available, or can be occupied. It’s similar to “space” in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Lugar” (place)
– “Hueco” (gap or hollow space)
– “Distancia” (distance, can refer to space between objects)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Espacio” doesn’t have widely recognized slang meanings, but in a metaphorical sense, it can be used to refer to a break in a relationship, as in needing “space.”
– In computer language, “espacio” can be used to refer to “space bar” (barra de espacio).

Examples of sentences that use it:
– “Necesito más espacio en mi habitación para el nuevo escritorio.” (I need more space in my room for the new desk.)
– “El astronauta viajó por el espacio durante seis meses.” (The astronaut traveled through space for six months.)
– “Por favor, déjame un poco de espacio; me siento agobiado.” (Please, give me some space; I feel overwhelmed.)
– “No hay suficiente espacio en el disco duro para instalar el programa.” (There is not enough space on the hard drive to install the program.)
– “Este coche tiene mucho espacio en el maletero.” (This car has a lot of space in the trunk.)

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