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(of a sporting event or exam) Final scores, marks, or placings
The seats provided for guests or attendees in a building or room
“He got to the auditorium early to reserve a place for himself just in front of the stage.”
An available room in an establishment providing accommodation
Designated bays or places providing room for vehicles to be temporarily stored or left unattended
Plural for a given location, position, point, or area in space
“I've found the perfect place at the park for a picnic.”
Plural for an inhabited area such as a country, city or town
“The historical city of Prague is a great place to visit.”
Plural for a place where one lives
“I can't wait to move out and get my own place.”
(general or positive) Plural for a person's situation or circumstance at a given moment
“If I were in your place, I'd buy a new car.”
(negative) Plural for 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!”
Plural for an employment position
“I hope to get a place at my dream company once I graduate.”
Plural for one's rank or status in a given hierarchy
“My place in this company may not be so glamorous at the moment, but I'm working my way up.”
Plural for a position for which something or someone is used or suited for
“In recent years, I feel I've found my place in life. I feel more content, and most of the time, I paint more for enjoyment and expression.”
(usually with negative) Plural for a right or privilege based on one's status
“It is not your place to tell him what he can, or cannot, consume.”
Plural for a building or location where a business is established
“Shall we go to our favorite place for dinner tonight?”
Plural for the post or function customarily served by another
“Barry is sick today, so I am speaking in his place.”
Plural for one's mental state
“We should probably give him some space as he's not in a good place right now.”
Plural for a public square, typically for pedestrians
“Let's meet at Martin Place after work.”
(of an object) To put in a particular position or location
“To avoid damaging the table, please place your teacup on the coaster provided.”
To prop up
“After a hard day at work, he would place his tired legs on the couch.”
To store in a container of some form
“Please place your favorite books neatly in the cabinet.”
To confer or entrust into the possession of safekeeping of someone
“Stephanie would place all of her trust in her shady lawyer during her lawsuit against Donny.”
To categorize as a specified type or holding a rank within a hierarchy
“A recent report would place Firefox as the third most used browser on the internet.”
(usually with negative) To be able to recall someone or something
“You look so familiar, but I just can't quite place you.”
To find employment for
“As a recruitment agency, it is our job to place you in a role that's best suited to your skills.”
To employ in a given position or role
“Following our increase in revenue, we would place three additional engineers in our tech department.”
To find a home for
“The charity group would help to place the homeless man in a shelter.”
To put forward for discussion or consideration
“Jim had many controversial issues that he wanted to place before the president.”
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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