emplace


em·place

transitive verb \im-ˈplās\

Definition of EMPLACE

:  to put into position <missiles emplaced around the city>

Examples of EMPLACE

  1. <the plan is to emplace more guns on the ridge north of the camp>

Origin of EMPLACE

back-formation from emplacement
First Known Use: 1865

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