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Translation of "locate" - English-Spanish dictionary

locate

verb   /ləʊˈkeɪt/ ( present participle locating, past tense and past participle located) formal
be located
B1 to be in a particular place estar situado Both schools are located in the town.
to find the exact position of someone or something localizar Police are still trying to locate the criminal.
(Definition of locate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of locate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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