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locateverb

uk   /ləʊˈkeɪt/  us   /loʊ-/

locate verb (BE SITUATED)

be located in, near, on, etc.
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B1 to be in a particular place: Our office is located in midtown Manhattan.

locate verb (FIND)

B2 [T] to find or discover the exact position of something: Police are still trying to locate the suspect.
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locate verb (MOVE)

[I + adv/prep] US to move to a place to do business: The company hopes to locate in its new offices by June.
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