Synonyms of 'emplace'
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in the sense of insert
to place or fit (something) inside something elseHe took a key from his pocket and inserted it into the lock.
in the sense of place
to put in a particular or appropriate placeChairs were placed in rows for the parents.
in the sense of put
to cause to be (in a position or place)She put her bag on the floor.
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