located, past participle; locates, 3rd person singular present; locating, present participle; located, past tense;
Discover the exact place or position of
engineers were working to locate the fault
Situate in a particular place
these popular apartments are centrally located
Place within a particular context
they locate their policies in terms of wealth creation
Establish oneself or one's business in a specified place
his marketing strategy has been to locate in small towns
situated in a particular spot or position; "valuable centrally located urban land"; "strategically placed artillery"; "a house set on a hilltop"; "nicely situated on a quiet riverbank"
(location) a point or extent in space
(location) placement: the act of putting something in a certain place
(location) localization: a determination of the place where something is; "he got a good fix on the target"
(location) a workplace away from a studio at which some or all of a movie may be made; "they shot the film on location in Nevada"
(Location (geogrpahy)) Location, in geography, is a position or point in physical space that something occupies on the Earth's surface or area in the Solar System, or mankinds physically reachable universe. ...
(Location (topology)) Topologies describe mathematical properties. Such properties may be represented with graphs or meshes of vertices or nodes and edges. The adjacence of vertices to each other are qualified as neighbourhoods. ...
(The Location) The Location is a recording studio in Stockholm, Sweden. It was a follow-on to Cheiron Studios, which despite its success, was closed down in 2000. Following this, Max Martin and Tom Talomaa started a new production company together named Maratone in January 2001. ...
(Locates) Determining address of persons for legitimate reasons either openly or discreetly, depending upon the request and circumstances.
(Location) the nature of location and presence is changed by the Internet and social media, because you can be active online in many different places, including in virtual worlds.
(location) where the symptom is experienced. Location is one of the parts of a complete symptom.
(location) Locations enable you to indicate the different types of addresses—for a company, for example, one address to receive bills, another for shipping, a third for postal deliveries, and a separate street address. Each address has a different location number. ...
(Location) Colorado Springs, CO
(Location) Maastricht Area, Netherlands
(Location) Melbourne Area, Australia
(Location) London, United Kingdom
(Location) Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area
(Location) Brussels Area, Belgium
(Location) A geographic address (as well as City, State, Zip) where one or more Fields are located
(Location) Toronto, Canada Area
(Location) Salinas, California Area
(Location) Where the physical item is located in the library.
(location) Place where the inventory is physically stored in a warehouse or the item number in the electronic database that corresponds to the location.
(Location) Any place, other than in a studio, where a shoot (photography or film) takes place. When you are on location, it means you are outside the controlled environment of the studio or soundstage and should prepare accordingly.