Place - definition, pronunciation, transcription
a place in my heart
a political system with no place for the less prominent groups
- the particular portion of space occupied by something (syn: position)
- an item on a list or in a sequence (syn: position)
- place somebody in a particular situation or location
- assign a location to (syn: locate, site)
- to arrange for
place a bet
- intend (something) to move towards a certain goal (syn: aim, direct, point, target)
- recognize as being; establish the identity of someone or something (syn: identify)
- assign to (a job or a home)
- locate (syn: localise, localize, set)
- estimate (syn: put, set)
- identify the location or place of (syn: localise, localize)
- make an investment (syn: commit, invest, put)
- assign to a station (syn: post, send, station)
- finish second or better in a horse or dog race
New York City is a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there.
I've heard it's a good place to raise children.
Places like Africa and South America
The hottest place on earth
Churches and other places of worship
You should plan to meet him in a public place.
You've come to the right place. I have just what you need.
They gave him a place to stay for the night.
We're going to need a bigger place once the baby is born.
He's looking to buy a place in the country.
The box was placed at the center of the room.
You can really see the similarities when you place the two pictures side by side.
Her name was placed on the list.
The husbands and wives were placed in separate groups.
They were placed next to each other in line.
present participle: placing
past tense: placed
past participle: placed