Results for place

Definitions of place:

part of speech: noun

PLACER.

part of speech: noun

A broad way in a city: a space: locality: a town: a residence: existence: rank: office: stead: way: passage in a book.

part of speech: verb

To set or fix; to appoint; to settle; to invest.

part of speech: verb transitive

To put in a particular spot or position; settle; establish.

part of speech: verb transitive

To put in any place or condition: to settle: to lend: to ascribe.

part of speech: noun

Situation, site, or spot; a wide street or public square in a city; any portion of space; station or rank; a position occupied and held as a residence; a village, town, or city; occupation or calling; office; lieu or stead; room; existence; duty; function; a passage of a writing; ordinal relation, as, in the first place; position; a fortified town or post.

part of speech: noun

A special spot or locality; an open space or square in a city; a situation; site; a building devoted to a special purpose; a city, town, etc.; room; as, make place for him; duty; space belonging to a given body; a place in line; rank; social position; as, keep your place.

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