. space1 


      1) space  /speɪs/, [ˈspās] ∙ noun (mostly uncountable)

         Definitions (some):
  
  1. extent or room in three dimensions: the space occupied by a body (as in: architectural space
  2. physical space independent of what occupies it 
  3. the unlimited or incalculably great three-dimensional realm or expanse in which all material objects are located and all events occur
  4. any region of space beyond the atmosphere of the earth or beyond the solar system (also: outer space)
  5. a blank area separating words or lines
  6. a period of time [...] (?)

    see: Merriam-Webster Dictionary︎


. scape2

       2) -scape 
/skeɪp/, [skeyp
∙ suffix

         or:  n., v.t., v.i. scaped, scap•ing.
         Def.:

  1. a combining form extracted from landscape, denoting “an extensive view, scenery,” or  often a pictorial representation of such a view, as specified by the initial element: cityscape; moonscape; seascape
  2. used with some nouns referring to a wide view of a place, or to describe a wide view of a particular type [...]

    see: Cambridge Dictionary︎


. place-s


       3) place,-s  
/pleɪs /, [ˈplās
] ∙ noun

         Def.:

  1. an area with definite or indefinite boundaries; a portion of space
  2. a particular position within a context
  3. [...]
  4. a geographic location, locality: the terms location and place in geography are used to identify a point or an area on the Earth's surface or elsewhere. The term location generally implies a higher degree of certainty than place, the latter often indicating an entity with an ambiguous boundary, relying more on human or social attributes of place identity and sense of place than on geometry/coordinates/world geodetic systems
    see: Wikipedia︎

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