Definition of 'locate'
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Shoving her way through the peering folk enjoying their morning excursion, the Countess stood on tiptoe, trying to locate Alpiew. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY (2002)Bound to locate us -- us, the most valuable prize on the Norwegian Sea. SAN ANDREAS (2002)In the event it proved perfectly simple to locate the Drelano family. DOUBLE DECEIT (2002)
The windows were covered with shutters that had been made fast by some mechanism I could not locate. HE SHALL THUNDER IN THE SKY (2002)
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Translations for 'locate'
British English: locate VERB
If you locate something or someone, you find out where they are.
The scientists want to locate the position of the gene on a chromosome.
Definition of locate from the Collins English Dictionary
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