situate

[v. sich-oo-eyt; adj. sich-oo-it, -eyt]
verb (used with object), situated, situating.
1.
to put in or on a particular site or place; locate.
adjective
2.
Archaic. located; placed; situated.

Origin:
1515–25; < Late Latin situātus situated, equivalent to Latin situ-, stem of situs site + -ātus -ate1

intersituate, verb (used with object), intersituated, intersituating.
resituate, verb (used with object), resituated, resituating.


1. establish, station, set, install.
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situate (ˈsɪtjʊˌeɪt)
 
vb
1.  (tr; often passive) to allot a site to; place; locate
 
adj
2.  (now used esp in legal contexts) situated; located
 
[C16: from Late Latin situāre to position, from Latin situs a site]

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situate
c.1532, f"to give a site to," rom M.L. situatus, pp. of situare "to place, locate," from L. situs "place, position" (see site).
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Example sentences
Stylish pillows wrapped in plastic invited you to make yourself comfortable and
  situate yourself behind the connected computers.
Those who enjoy old-fashioned tent camping will also find plenty of room to
  situate themselves for overnight fun.
First, you can situate yourself conveniently to your next activity.
Informed journalism explains how academics situate today's human predicaments
  in the vastness of time and of space.
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