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Translation of "position" - English-Spanish dictionary

position

noun   /pəˈzɪʃ·ən/
B1 the way someone is sitting, standing, or lying postura I’ve been sitting in one position too long.
B1 the situation that someone is in situación She’s in a very difficult position.
B1 the place where someone or something is ubicación I’m trying to find our position on the map.
B1 the part that someone plays in a game such as football posición I didn’t know you played hockey – what position do you play?
a job puesto de trabajo He applied for a senior position with the company.
your level of importance in a company or in society puesto, lugar the position of women in society
in first, second, third, etc. position
in first, second, third, etc. place in a race or other competition en primer, segundo, tercer, etc. puesto She finished the race in third position.
verb   /pəˈzɪʃ·ən/
to put someone or something in a place for a reason situar I positioned myself as far away from her as possible.
(Definition of position from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

position

noun /əˈziʃən/
a way of standing, sitting etc posición, postura He lay in an uncomfortable position.
a place or situation situación; lugar, sitio The house is in a beautiful position.
a job; a post puesto He has a good position with a local bank.
a point of view posición, postura Let me explain my position on capital punishment.
be in/out of position
to be (not) in the right place en su sitio; fuera de su sitio Is everything in position for the photograph?
(Definition of position from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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