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Translation of "orientate" - English-Spanish dictionary

orientate

verb   /ˈɔː.ri.ən.teɪt/ mainly UK ( also mainly US orient)
to aim something at someone or something, or make something suitable for a particular group of people orientar It is essential that the public sector orientates itself more towardstoward the consumer.1115
orientate yourself mainly UK ( US usually orient)
to discover your position in relation to what is around you orientarse If you get lost while you are out walking, try to use the sun to orientate yourself.1986
(Definition of orientate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

orientate

verb /ˈoːrienˌteit/
to get (oneself) used to unfamiliar surroundings, conditions etc ; orient habituarse It took a while for me to orientate myself when I first started this job.
(British ) to find out one’s position in relation to something else; orient orientarse The hikers tried to orientate themselves before continuing their walk.
orientation noun
orientación
(Definition of orientate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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