Emplace
Emplace Em*place", v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Emplaced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Emplacing}.] [Cf. F. emplacer. See {En-}; {Place}, v. & n.] To put into place or position; to fix on an emplacement. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • emplacé — emplacé, ée (entrée créée par le supplément) (an pla sé, sée) adj. Qui occupe un certain emplacement. •   C est la situation des ouvrages du système de défense restreinte, lesquels sont emplacés au milieu de parcs, de villas opulentes et de… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • emplace — 1865, back formation from EMPLACEMENT (Cf. emplacement) …   Etymology dictionary

  • emplace — [em plās′, implās′] vt. emplaced, emplacing [back form < EMPLACEMENT] to place in position …   English World dictionary

  • emplace — transitive verb Etymology: back formation from emplacement Date: 1865 to put into position < missiles emplaced around the city > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • emplace — /em plays /, v.t., emplaced, emplacing. to put in place or position: A statue was emplaced in the square. [1860 65; back formation from EMPLACEMENT] * * * …   Universalium

  • emplace — verb To assign a position to something, or to locate something at a particular place …   Wiktionary

  • emplace — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To put in or assign to a certain position or location: install, locate, place, position, set1, site, situate, spot. See PLACE …   English dictionary for students

  • emplace — em·place || ɪm pleɪs v. put into a place …   English contemporary dictionary

  • emplace — em·place …   English syllables

  • emplace — em•place [[t]ɛmˈpleɪs[/t]] v. t. placed, plac•ing to put in place or position • Etymology: 1860–65; back formation from emplacement …   From formal English to slang

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