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A given location, position, point, or area in space
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“I've found the perfect place at the park for a picnic.”
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An inhabited area such as a country, city or town
“The historical city of Prague is a great place to visit.”
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A place where one lives
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“I can't wait to move out and get my own place.”
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(general or positive) A person's situation or circumstance at a given moment
“If I were in your place, I'd buy a new car.”
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(negative) A person's situation or circumstance at a given moment
“If I was in your place and struggling for money, I wouldn't be spending money on frivolous items!”
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A space designated or available for being used
“He got to the auditorium early to reserve a place for himself just in front of the stage.”
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An employment position
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“I hope to get a place at my dream company once I graduate.”
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One's rank or status
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“My place in this company may not be so glamorous at the moment, but I'm working my way up.”
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(usually with negative) A right or privilege based on one's status
“It is not your place to tell him what he can, or cannot, consume.”
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A building or location where a business is established
“Shall we go to our favorite place for dinner tonight?”
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The post or function customarily served by another
“Barry is sick today, so I am speaking in his place.”
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One's mental state
“We should probably give him some space as he's not in a good place right now.”
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A public square, typically for pedestrians
“Let's meet at Martin Place after work.”
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(of a sporting event or exam) A final score, mark, or placing
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An allotted place in an arrangement or scheme such as a broadcasting schedule
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A distinct stage in a series of events or process
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A continuous area or expanse which is free, available, or unoccupied
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A place or service used for the communication of ideas or information
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Items of cutlery, crockery and glassware, and sometimes a place mat, arranged for a person at a dining table
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Intensive care unit
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What one is known for
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Bung or put
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Path upon which travel occurs
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Animal breeding area
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An arrangement whereby something is reserved for a particular person
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A long narrow arm of the sea
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One's circumstances, especially when it is out of one's control
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Spare time
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A place where vehicles, typically taxis, wait for passengers
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The interest, benefit, or wellbeing of someone or something
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A large enclosed piece of ground attached to a country house
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A separate section or part of a structure or container
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A theatre where films are shown for public entertainment
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A favorable circumstance or occasion
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(of an object) To put in a particular position or location
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“To avoid damaging the table, please place your teacup on the coaster provided.”
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To prop up
“After a hard day at work, he would place his tired legs on the couch.”
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To store in a container of some form
“Please place your favorite books neatly in the cabinet.”
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(of an abstract quality) To assign to someone or something
“Stephanie would place all of her trust in her shady lawyer during her lawsuit against Donny.”
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To categorize as a specified type or holding a rank within a hierarchy
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“A recent report would place Firefox as the third most used browser on the internet.”
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(usually with negative) To be able to recall someone or something
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“You look so familiar, but I just can't quite place you.”
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To find employment for
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“As a recruitment agency, it is our job to place you in a role that's best suited to your skills.”
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To employ in a given position or role
“Following our increase in revenue, we would place three additional engineers in our tech department.”
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To find a home for
“The charity group would help to place the homeless man in a shelter.”
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To put forward for discussion or consideration
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“Jim had many controversial issues that he wanted to place before the president.”
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To finish in a given place or rank, typically in a competition
“She would place second in the race against some of the world's best competition.”
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To put securely in place or in the desired position
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To arrange or set in some sort of order
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To put aside or into storage, typically as a result of having collected a surplus of
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To join or unite (one thing to another)
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To impose an undesirable consequence on
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To place or put between or among others
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To confer or bestow (power, authority, property, etc.) on someone
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To provide housing or accommodation for
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To give legal or constitutional form to
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To put a layer of (something) on a surface
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To risk a sum of money or valued item on a given outcome or event
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To state a price for goods or a job of work
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To lie half-hidden or in shelter
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To admit (a patient) to a hospital ward
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To slap with the hand in a jovial manner
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(of a material) To stretch or open out
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To push, fold, or turn (the edges or ends of something, especially a garment or bedclothes) so as to hide or secure them
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