situate-v; 1 Senses

Sense Number 1: place or find something in a particular location or context

She situated her hand on his shoulder.
Stories situate us in the world in a way that gives us a fundamental meaning, orientation and direction.
They situated the event in a broad historical and geological context.
The planners situated the Lighthouse on the landward side of Turtle plateau.
The shape we are going to try to situate on a source image must not be rotated nor distorted on this actual image.
I can situate France and Germany on a map as they are my neighbouring countries.
The analyses which are being undertaken will also enable us to situate the monument on its correct co-ordinates.
They situated the text as a system at the centre of their work.
There are three main groups of people in the rural area in which they situated the approach.
This psychotherapist can situate your mind so that there are certain things that you never think about.
I can situate your hospitality towards me as being first of all the hospitality towards my ideas and work.

VerbNet: put-9.1
FrameNet: Placing
PropBank: situate.01
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2