espacement

noun es·pace·ment \ ə̇ˈspāsmənt , eˈ- \

Definition of espacement

plural -s
Africa
: the distance between a series of things that have been or are to be spaced (as in planting)
  • when should sunflower seeds be planted and what espacement is usual
  • Farmer's Weekly (South Africa)

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Origin and Etymology of espacement

French, from espacer to space (from Middle French, from espace space) + -ment


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