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Synonyms for place

entrust to

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  • entrust to
  • give to
  • assign to
  • appoint to
  • allocate to
  • find a home for

identify

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in place: in position

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in place of

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  • instead of
  • rather than
  • in exchange for
  • as an alternative to
  • taking the place of
  • in lieu of
  • as a substitute for
  • as a replacement for

out of place: out of position

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put someone in their place

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  • humble
  • humiliate
  • deflate
  • crush
  • mortify
  • take the wind out of someone's sails
  • cut someone down to size
  • take someone down a peg
  • make someone eat humble pie
  • bring someone down to size
  • make someone swallow their pride
  • settle someone's hash

take the place of

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Synonyms for place

a particular portion of space chosen for something

a building or shelter where one lives

a particular geographic area

the function or position customarily occupied by another

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the proper or designated location

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positioning of one individual vis-à-vis others

to deposit in a specified place

to put in or assign to a certain position or location

to calculate approximately

to establish the identification of

to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

to complete a race or competition in a specified position

Synonyms for place

an abstract mental location

the post or function properly or customarily occupied or served by another

a particular situation

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where you live at a particular time

a job in an organization

proper or designated social situation

a space reserved for sitting (as in a theater or on a train or airplane)

the passage that is being read

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proper or appropriate position or location

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a public square with room for pedestrians

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an item on a list or in a sequence

place somebody in a particular situation or location

assign a location to

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to arrange for

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take a place in a competition

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intend (something) to move towards a certain goal

assign to (a job or a home)

locate

estimate

identify the location or place of

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assign to a station

finish second or better in a horse or dog race

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sing a note with the correct pitch

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References in periodicals archive ?
Weibo data are not placeless, as they are shaping and being shaped by people's embodiment processes with their physical locations.
History has in the main been taken out of its place and presented as a 'standardised, placeless curriculum' (Gruenewald, 2003, p.
Murray sees Johannesburg as a splintered, placeless, and fragmented city, "a makeshift patchwork of different places" (p.
Not yet a placeless land; tracking an evolving American geography.
In fact, as Smyth points out, burial notices of women and placeless individuals--strangers, vagrants, the unemployed--tend to be more descriptive than that of men with a secure social position.
Finally, given this is the case, it is shown why there is a need to re-territorialise corporations and abandon the myth of the placeless, global corporation once and for all.
Each narrator is named and given a brief biographical note, a gesture that seems designed at once to honor the teller, vouch for the tale's authenticity, and prevent the reader from taking it as a timeless, placeless folk product.
Curatorial practices encapsulate art within hermetic, controlled environments and reduce it to a commodity, rendered placeless by the loss of interaction between 'culture and nature.
often models itself on the porous, placeless internationalism of the European festival circuit; a cutting-edge theatre company in Philadelphia might expect to have more in common with a similarly structured company in Detroit than it does with other companies in its hometown.
The volcanic ash saga reveals another characteristic of such placeless spaces: how quickly they can become a twilight zone, with those stuck in them largely isolated from the surrounding societies.
What is arguably new is the influence of the placeless and the elevation of placelessness, in some quarters at least, to a virtue.
Word-made-flesh, we are at liberty to be as placeless as Manley Pointer
This useless, placeless, monolithic Kirklees has long passed its sell-by date.
It is a placeless space, devoid of locality or uniqueness, exchangeable against any one of the numerous multiplexes PVR is opening nationwide.
Existing in the half-light, unnamed, placeless, until the apricot color of the bedspread or the rising and falling muffled roar of traffic brings the world flooding back.