juxtapose
transitive verb (-posed; -posing) Etymology: probably back-formation from juxtaposition Date: 1851 to place side by side <
juxtapose unexpected combinations of colors, shapes and ideas — J. F. T. Bugental
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  • juxtapose — (v.) 1851, from Fr. juxtaposer (1835), from L. iuxta (see JUXTAPOSITION (Cf. juxtaposition)) + Fr. poser (see POSE (Cf. pose) (v.1)). Related: Juxtaposed; juxtaposing …   Etymology dictionary

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  • juxtapose — ► VERB ▪ place close together. DERIVATIVES juxtaposition noun. ORIGIN French juxtaposer, from Latin juxta next + French poser to place …   English terms dictionary

  • juxtapose — [juks′tə pōz΄, juks΄tə pōz′] vt. juxtaposed, juxtaposing [Fr juxtaposer: see JUXTA & POSE1] to put side by side or close together juxtaposition n …   English World dictionary

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