a space occupied by air.
the amount of breathing air in a room or other enclosed space.
the region of the atmosphere above a municipality, state, or nation, over which it has jurisdiction.
the region of the atmosphere above a plot of ground, to which the owner has rights or access.
- Also airspace (for defs. 3, 4) .
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How to use air space in a sentence
I saw them at breakfast—we shared the same air space, indoors, and stood behind each other in line for juice and coffee.I’m a Health Writer Who Covers the Olympics. Here’s What I Thought of the Tokyo Games Bubble | Alice Park/Tokyo | August 10, 2021 | Time
The goal is to create dead air space around your body, so the elements cannot strip away your body heat as easily.How to build snowshoes on the fly—and 4 other tips for surviving deep snow | By Tim MacWelch/Outdoor Life | January 5, 2021 | Popular-Science
By scratching up any green materials and filling your clothing with them, you’ll create dead air space and feel warmer.
British Dictionary definitions for airspace
the atmosphere above the earth or part of the earth, esp the atmosphere above a country deemed to be under its jurisdiction
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