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or space suit  (spās′so͞ot′)
A protective pressure suit designed to permit the wearer relatively free movement in space.


(ˈspeɪsˌsuːt; -ˌsjuːt)
(Astronautics) any of various types of sealed and pressurized suits worn by astronauts or cosmonauts that provide an artificial atmosphere, acceptable temperature, radiocommunication link, and protection from radiation for work outside a spacecraft



a sealed and pressurized suit that allows the wearer to leave a pressurized cabin in outer space.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.spacesuit - a pressure suit worn by astronauts while in outer spacespacesuit - a pressure suit worn by astronauts while in outer space
pressure suit - protective garment consisting of an inflatable suit for space or high altitude flying
بَدْلَة رجُل الفَضاء
kosmický skafandr
kozmický skafander
vesoljska obleka
uzay giysisi


[ˈspeɪssuːt] Ntraje m espacial


[ˈspeɪssuːt] ncombinaison f spatialespace travel nvoyages mpl dans l'espacespace walk nsortie f dans l'espace


[ˈspeɪsˌsuːt] ntuta spaziale


(speis) noun
1. a gap; an empty or uncovered place. I couldn't find a space for my car.
2. room; the absence of objects; the area available for use. Have you enough space to turn round?; Is there space for one more?
3. (often outer space) the region outside the Earth's atmosphere, in which all stars and other planets etc are situated. travellers through space.
(also space out) to set (things) apart from one another. He spaced the rows of potatoes half a metre apart.
ˈspacing noun
the amount of distance left between objects, words etc when they are set or laid out.
spacious (ˈspeiʃəs) adjective
providing or having plenty of room. Their dining-room is very spacious.
ˈspaciously adverb
ˈspaciousness noun
ˈspace-age adjective
extremely up-to-date and advanced. space-age technology.
ˈspacecraft noun
a vehicle etc, manned or unmanned, for travelling in space.
ˈspaceship noun
a spacecraft, especially a manned one.
ˈspacesuit noun
a suit designed to be worn by a ˈspaceman.
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