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Meanings of Locaters:

noun

A person who makes a claim to land or mining rights, or takes up a grant of land, by establishing and registering the boundaries of the claim or grant.

Locates

ləʊˈkeɪt

Meanings of Locates:

verb

Discover the exact place or position of.

Usage examples:

Engineers were working to locate the fault

Locating

ləʊˈkeɪt

Meanings of Locating:

verb

Discover the exact place or position of.

Usage examples:

Engineers were working to locate the fault

Location

ləʊˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Location:

noun

A particular place or position.

Usage examples:

The property is set in a convenient location

Locational

ləʊˈkeɪ.ʃən.əl

Meanings of Locational:

adjective

Relating to a particular place or position

Usage examples:

This survey will demonstrate how important local taxes and services are in locational decisions., i…

Locations

ləʊˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Locations:

noun

A particular place or position.

Usage examples:

The property is set in a convenient location

Locatives

ˈlɒk.ə.tɪv

Meanings of Locatives:

noun

The locative case.

Usage examples:

A locative is essential to any expression involving put; even if the intended location is evident f…
adjective

Relating to or denoting a case in some languages of nouns, pronouns, and adjectives, expressing location.

Usage examples:

This is a locative noun, which is a grammatical category used when creating names for places in alg…

Locator

ləʊˈkeɪ.tər

Meanings of Locator:

noun

A device or system for locating something, typically by means of radio signals.

Usage examples:

Automatic vehicle locator

Meanings of Locators:

noun

A device or system for locating something, typically by means of radio signals.

Usage examples:

Automatic vehicle locator

Meanings of Locellate:

adjective

Divided into locelli.

Meanings of Locellus:

noun

A secondary cell; a subcompartment, especially that of an anther or ovary.

Meanings of Loch:

noun

A lake.

Usage examples:

Loch lomond

Meanings of Lochagus:

noun

The commander of a lochos.

Meanings of Lochan:

noun

A small loch.

Usage examples:

The drive down was amazing - the road to harris from here is pretty lunar in places but with the su…

Lochia

ˈlɒkɪə

Meanings of Lochia:

noun

The normal discharge from the uterus after childbirth.

Usage examples:

You will have lochia, or post-partum bleeding for up to a few weeks.

Meanings of Lochs:

noun

A lake.

Usage examples:

Loch lomond

Meanings of Lochus:

noun

A division of an ancient greek army.

Meanings of Lochy:

adjective

Containing a loch or lochs.

Loci

ˈləʊ.saɪ

Meanings of Loci:

noun

A particular position or place where something occurs or is situated.

Usage examples:

It is impossible to specify the exact locus in the brain of these neural events

Plural of locus formal

Lock

lɒk

Meanings of Lock:

noun

A mechanism for keeping a door, window, lid, or container fastened, typically operated by a key.

Usage examples:

The key turned firmly in the lock
verb

Fasten or secure (something) with a lock.

Usage examples:

She closed and locked her desk

Meanings of Lock away:

phrasal verb

Imprison someone.

Usage examples:

Edmond is locked away in the island fortress

Meanings of Lock horns:

phrase

Engage in conflict.

Usage examples:

Drug companies are locking horns in a legal battle over patents
idiom

To begin to argue or fight

Usage examples:

The mayor and her deputy locked horns over plans for the new road.

Meanings of Lock in:

collocation

Close with or as if with a tight seal

phrasal verb

Shut someone into a room or space by locking or fastening a door, lid, etc.

Usage examples:

The prisoners are locked in overnight

Meanings of Lock out:

idiom

Prevent employees from working during a strike

phrasal verb

Keep someone out of a room or building by locking the door.

Usage examples:

She had locked him out of his own house

Meanings of Lock up:

collocation

Secure by locking

phrasal verb

Imprison someone.

Usage examples:

He thought smart ought to be locked up
noun

An agreement or period of time during which someone cannot get back the money they have invested

Usage examples:

The moment the lock-up ended, the company's founders sold as much stock as they could get away with…

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