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Definition of "locating" []

  • To discover the position, situation, or whereabouts of; find (verb)
  • To situate or place (verb)
  • To become established or settled (verb)
  • Present participle of locate. (verb)

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Use "locating" in a sentence
  • "Women's practices of personal naming capture even more plainly the difficulties involved in "locating" a woman's life historically, and the complex ways in which women in Magude have claimed their own mappings of self - and placehood within and against androcentric visions of their past."
  • "The sun came out, and he succeeded in locating the points of the compass, though he knew now that he was lost."
  • "I take much greater pleasure in locating the books myself; putting together a hodge-podge little collection of books found one at a time in book stores all over the world."