interspace

[n. in-ter-speys; v. in-ter-speys]
noun
1.
a space between things.
2.
an intervening period of time; interval.
verb (used with object), interspaced, interspacing.
3.
to put a space between.
4.
to occupy or fill the space between.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English; see inter-, space

interspatial [in-ter-spey-shuhl] , adjective
interspatially, adverb
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interspace
 
vb
1.  (tr) to make or occupy a space between
 
n
2.  space between or among things
 
interspatial
 
adj
 
inter'spatially
 
adv

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interspace in·ter·space (ĭn'tər-spās')
n.
A space between two things; an interval.


in'ter·space' v.
in'ter·spa'tial (-spā'shəl) adj.
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