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spa·tial

also spa·cial  (spā′shəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, involving, or having the nature of space.

[From Latin spatium, space.]

spa′ti·al′i·ty (spā′shē-ăl′ĭ-tē) n.
spa′tial·ly adv.

spatial

(ˈspeɪʃəl) or

spacial

adj
1. of or relating to space
2. existing or happening in space
spatiality n
ˈspatially adv

spa•tial

(ˈspeɪ ʃəl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to space.
2. existing or occurring in space.
[1840–50; < Latin spati(um) space + -al1]
spa`ti•al′i•ty (-ʃiˈæl ɪ ti) n.
spa′tial•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.spatial - pertaining to or involving or having the nature of space; "the first dimension to concentrate on is the spatial one"; "spatial ability"; "spatial awareness"; "the spatial distribution of the population"
nonspatial - not spatial; "a nonspatial continuum"
Translations

spatial

[ˈspeɪʃəl] ADJespacial

spatial

[ˈspeɪʃəl] adjspatial(e)
spatial awareness → perception f spatialespa treatment nhydrothérapie f

spatial

adj, spatially
advräumlich

spatial

[ˈspeɪʃl] adjspaziale

spatial

adj espacial
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In a more experiential view, O'Neill (2001) describes the spatial and tactile components of writing as a spatialised intelligence that many writers possess.
The strange ritualised spaces of Borzage's films, "arabesques in space and time" (the phrase is Artaud's), might at first seem to exist at the opposite pole of, say, Robert Bresson's austere, orphaned world, but the broken objects and people within them denote the poor who are always with us, a site of spatialised possibility.
Meanwhile, the motion platform and light show are spatialised on a static scaffolding structure.
The transcendence of the limitations in the spatiality dimension and the human condition dimension of spatialised and localised being generates the premises of a new anthropological condition: transhuman but not yet posthuman.
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Each experience of doing homework, whether at home alone at a computer or at the kitchen table while dinner is being prepared, or at an after school program with friends and other adults, reflects the possibilities of spatialised literacies.
It's a strikingly apposite image because, in Australia, the figure of the bogan personifies a spatialised cultural division based diffusely on perceptions of low class, limited education and poor taste.
Like Henry James, however, she combines durational time with phenomenological time when introducing spatialised moments.
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