Definition of double-space in English:

double-space

verb

  • Type or format with a full space between lines.

    • ‘All papers must be typed, double-spaced with standard 1’ margins, stapled.’
    • ‘Letters must be no more than 500 words, typed, double-spaced, and carry the full address and name of the sender.’
    • ‘Manuscripts must be typed, double-spaced and should follow APA format.’
    • ‘I've been double-spacing after periods for fifteen years, and I'm not stopping now, unless someone pays me to do it.’
    • ‘Letters should be typewritten and double-spaced.’
    • ‘Letters should be submitted on disk, double-spaced, fewer than 500 words, and limited to one table or figure and six references.’
    • ‘The original draft was very short a merely eight pages of story and about a page's worth of notes; it was also double-spaced.’
    • ‘Letters should be double-spaced, fewer than 500 words and limited to one table or figure and six references.’

Pronunciation

double-space

/ˌdəb(ə)lˈspās/ /ˌdəb(ə)lˈspeɪs/