emplace

[em-pleys]
verb (used with object), emplaced, emplacing.
to put in place or position: A statue was emplaced in the square.

Origin:
1860–65; back formation from emplacement

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emplace (ɪmˈpleɪs)
 
vb
(tr) to put in place or position

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emplace
1865, back formation from emplacement
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Example sentences
The willingness of the jurisdictions ultimately using the water to emplace produced water in the aquifer.
Following each of the tests, reentry holes were drilled into the test cavity to collect scientific data and to emplace devices.
The applicant also proposes to emplace a buried rubble mound structure beneath the existing berm to increase its stability.
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