Origin and Etymology of situate
Middle English, from Late Latin situatus, from Latin situs
First Known Use: 15th century
Simple Definition of situate
: to place (someone or something) in a particular location
Examples of situate in a sentence
They decided to situate the new office building near the airport.
We situated ourselves in the seats nearest the exit.
First Known Use of situate
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