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Definition of "placing" []

  • A method of issuing securities to the public using an intermediary, such as a stockbroking firm (noun)
  • Present participle of place. (verb)

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  • The action of the verb to place (noun)
  • The condition of being placed (noun)
  • The position of a competitor at the end of a race (noun)

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Use "placing" in a sentence
  • "Now "voice placing" depends primarily on correct _vowel placing_, which in turn depends on proper adjustment of the resonators, which again depends chiefly on the positions and motions of the organs of articulation."
  • "These men, however, working in the great yards, eating their meals near them in an irregular and restless way, form clubs and associations which lead not seldom to strikes — blunders which we call placing ourselves _en"
  • "Both games sold more than double any other title placing on the list."