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locate

verb /(British ) louˈkeit, ˈloukeit; (American) ˈloukeit, louˈkeit/
to set in a particular place or position
situar, ubicar
The kitchen is located in the basement.
to find the place or position of
localizar
He located the street he was looking for on the map.
location /-ˈkeiʃən/ noun position or situation
lugar, localización
This would be an ideal lccation for a picnic.
the act of locating
posición
Who is arranging the company’s location to the new site?
on location (of filming) in natural surroundings outside the studio
al exterior, en escenarios reales
The entire film was shot on location.
Translations of “locate”
in Korean -의 소재를 파악하다…
in Arabic يُحَدّد مَوقِع…
in Portuguese localizar…
in Catalan localitzar…
in Japanese (人の居場所など)を突きとめる…
in Italian localizzare, trovare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 坐落…
in Russian устанавливать местонахождение…
in Turkish yerini belirlemek/bulmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坐落…
in Polish zlokalizować…
(Definition of locate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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