|occupy larger space than necessary||rattle around|
|(1864-1909) German mathematician who developed the concept of four-dimensional space-time||Minkowski|
|(Biology) larger reproductive cell in a pair of conjugating cells (generally female), larger of two conjugating sex cells, megagamete||macrogamete|
|(Computers) working at the level of single bits (rather than larger data units)||bitwise|
|(especially concerning a boat or spacecraft) remove from a dock, detach in space||undock|
|(Hindu mythology) earthly incarnation of a god, human embodiment of a deity; (Internet) online image that represents a user in chat rooms or in a virtual "space", embodiment of something, image of person in virtual reality, incarnation of Hindu diety||avatar|
|(Nautical) space assigned to a ship in a port or at a wharf; act of bringing a ship to a berth||berthing|
|(Phonetics) made by forcing air through a narrow space (about a speech sound), consonant whose sound is made by forcing air through a narrow space (Phonetics), fricative consonant, made by breath friction, spirant||fricative|
|(Physics) theory of relativity as developed by Albert Einstein, theory that time and space are relative concepts and that motion must be defined in relation to a point of reference, dependence on contextually variable factor, equivalence of mass and en...||relativity|
|(symbol) -, deduction of number, mathematical function in which one number is deducted from another (represented by the sign - ); deduction, act of taking away part of a whole, removal from something larger, withdrawal of benefit||subtraction|
|1982 film directed by Steven Spielberg about a space alien that lands on Earth||E.T.|
|45 degree angle; measuring instrument (Astronomy, Navigation), eighth of a celestial circle, eighth of a circle, region of space in Cartesian system||octant|
|6 times larger; comprised of 6 parts, by 6, by a factor of 6, multiplied by six, six times greater, with six parts||sixfold|
|a space in a crystal lattice, small space, small space within a tissue or structure (Anatomy); space between things; small space, narrow opening, space in body tissue||interstice|
|about to happen, allowing little space between, bring deal to closure, cadence, close down, close off, closely guarded, closely related, come or bring together, complete an electrical circuit, cover an opening, cut very short, deactivate and store file...||close|
|about, across intervening space, affecting, again, anew; again; to the other side; in excess of; at the end; down, bowling of six balls, by means of, during, finished, in preference to, interj. comment made on a wireless radio to indicate the end of th...||over|
|above other flower parts, better than others, condescending, higher, higher in quality, higher in rank, higher in rank or position; above average, exceptional; better or greater than; supercilious, conceited, larger, nearer the head, one who is higher ...||superior|
|accommodations, compartment of space marked off by walls within a building; space, two- or three-dimensional area, occupy a room, lodge, dwell, part of a building, people in a room, scope, share living quarters with somebody, usable space||room|
|achieve greater social prominence, appear over horizon, appearance above horizon, ascend, be built, be resurrected, become apparent, become erect, become larger and puffier, become mentally more intense, distance between crotch and waist, end a meeting...||rise|
|acoustic, science of sound; manner in which sound is transmitted within an enclosed space (as in a room, auditorium, etc.), sound-carrying ability, study of sound||acoustics|
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