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space·walk

or space walk  (spās′:wôlk′)
n.
A stint of extravehicular activity by an astronaut in space.

space′walk′ v.
space′walk′er n.
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spacewalk

(ˈspeɪsˌwɔːk)
n
(Astronautics) the act or an instance of floating and manoeuvring in space, outside but attached by a lifeline to a spacecraft. Technical name: extravehicular activity
vb
(Astronautics) (intr) to float and manoeuvre in space while outside but attached to a spacecraft
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space•walk

(ˈspeɪsˌwɔk)

n.
1. the act of performing a task or maneuvering in space outside a spacecraft.
v.i.
2. to execute a spacewalk.
[1960–65, Amer.]
space′walk`er, n.
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spacewalk


Past participle: spacewalked
Gerund: spacewalking

Imperative
spacewalk
spacewalk
Present
I spacewalk
you spacewalk
he/she/it spacewalks
we spacewalk
you spacewalk
they spacewalk
Preterite
I spacewalked
you spacewalked
he/she/it spacewalked
we spacewalked
you spacewalked
they spacewalked
Present Continuous
I am spacewalking
you are spacewalking
he/she/it is spacewalking
we are spacewalking
you are spacewalking
they are spacewalking
Present Perfect
I have spacewalked
you have spacewalked
he/she/it has spacewalked
we have spacewalked
you have spacewalked
they have spacewalked
Past Continuous
I was spacewalking
you were spacewalking
he/she/it was spacewalking
we were spacewalking
you were spacewalking
they were spacewalking
Past Perfect
I had spacewalked
you had spacewalked
he/she/it had spacewalked
we had spacewalked
you had spacewalked
they had spacewalked
Future
I will spacewalk
you will spacewalk
he/she/it will spacewalk
we will spacewalk
you will spacewalk
they will spacewalk
Future Perfect
I will have spacewalked
you will have spacewalked
he/she/it will have spacewalked
we will have spacewalked
you will have spacewalked
they will have spacewalked
Future Continuous
I will be spacewalking
you will be spacewalking
he/she/it will be spacewalking
we will be spacewalking
you will be spacewalking
they will be spacewalking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been spacewalking
you have been spacewalking
he/she/it has been spacewalking
we have been spacewalking
you have been spacewalking
they have been spacewalking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been spacewalking
you will have been spacewalking
he/she/it will have been spacewalking
we will have been spacewalking
you will have been spacewalking
they will have been spacewalking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been spacewalking
you had been spacewalking
he/she/it had been spacewalking
we had been spacewalking
you had been spacewalking
they had been spacewalking
Conditional
I would spacewalk
you would spacewalk
he/she/it would spacewalk
we would spacewalk
you would spacewalk
they would spacewalk
Past Conditional
I would have spacewalked
you would have spacewalked
he/she/it would have spacewalked
we would have spacewalked
you would have spacewalked
they would have spacewalked
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.spacewalk - move in space outside a space craft
walk - use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "Walk, don't run!"; "We walked instead of driving"; "She walks with a slight limp"; "The patient cannot walk yet"; "Walk over to the cabinet"
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Translations

spacewalk

[ˈspeɪswɔːk]
A. Npaseo m por el espacio
B. VIpasear por el espacio
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spacewalk

[ˈspeɪsˌwɔːk] npasseggiata spaziale
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