Definition Of situate

verb

fix or build (something) in a certain place or position.

the pilot light is usually situated at the front of the boiler

situated.

Example Of situate

  • A cafe is situated conveniently at the top of the hill and there is a pub within a few metres.

  • A church is frequently situated within the old walls of a fort, built of Roman stone.

  • And yet the context in which the judicial system is situated has changed radically in the last fifty years.

  • Articulating one's practice and situating it in context comes more naturally to some than to others.

  • At various times in the last 25 years, the journalist and writer, Paul Kelly has attempted to situate Australian politics in the broad context of national ideas and discussion.


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