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position



I - noun
1. the particular portion of space occupied by something (Freq. 34)
- he put the lamp back in its place
Syn:
place
Derivationally related forms:
place (for: place)
Hypernyms:
point
Hyponyms:
wing, half-mast, half-staff, lead, pole position,
polls, pride of place, anomaly, site, situation, setting,
juxtaposition, lie, post, station, pitch, landmark,
landmark, left, back, rear, front,
stand, vantage
Attrubites:
right, left
2. a point occupied by troops for tactical reasons (Freq. 18)
Syn:
military position
Topics:
military, armed forces, armed services, military machine, war machine
Hypernyms:
point
Hyponyms:
ground, line
3. a way of regarding situations or topics etc. (Freq. 18)
- consider what follows from the positivist view
Syn:
view, perspective
Derivationally related forms:
view (for: view)
Hypernyms:
orientation
Hyponyms:
bird's eye view, panoramic view, futurism, vanguard, forefront,
forefront, paradigm, light, sight, Weltanschauung,
world view, straddle
4. the arrangement of the body and its limbs (Freq. 14)
- he assumed an attitude of surrender
Syn:
posture, attitude
Derivationally related forms:
attitudinise (for: attitude), postural (for: posture), posture (for: posture)
Hypernyms:
bodily property
Hyponyms:
order arms, ballet position, decubitus, eversion, lithotomy position,
lotus position, missionary position, pose, presentation, ectopia, asana,
guard, sprawl, sprawling, stance, tuck
Attrubites:
erect, vertical, upright, unerect
5. the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society (Freq. 12)
- he had the status of a minor
- the novel attained the status of a classic
- atheists do not enjoy a favorable position in American life
Syn:
status
Hypernyms:
state
Hyponyms:
face, election, equality, equivalence, equation,
par, social station, social status, social rank, rank, standing,
high status, high ground, high profile, Holy Order, Order, low status,
lowness, lowliness, legal status, bastardy, illegitimacy, bar sinister,
left-handedness, command, nationality, footing, terms, retirement,
caste, dignity, nobility, noblesse, ordination, pedestal,
leadership, slot, toehold
Attrubites:
lower-class, low-class, middle-class, upper-class, dominant,
subordinate, low-level
6. a job in an organization (Freq. 12)
- he occupied a post in the treasury
Syn:
post, berth, office, spot, billet,
place, situation
Derivationally related forms:
place (for: place), officiate (for: office), post (for: post)
Hypernyms:
occupation, business, job, line of work, line
Hyponyms:
academicianship, accountantship, admiralty, ambassadorship, apostleship,
apprenticeship, associateship, attorneyship, bailiffship, baronetage, bishopry,
episcopate, cadetship, caliphate, captainship, captaincy, cardinalship,
chairmanship, chancellorship, chaplaincy, chaplainship, chieftaincy, chieftainship,
clerkship, commandership, commandery, comptrollership, consulship, controllership,
councillorship, councilorship, counselorship, counsellorship, curacy, curatorship,
custodianship, deanship, deanery, directorship, discipleship, editorship,
eldership, emirate, fatherhood, foremanship, generalship, generalcy,
governorship, headship, hot seat, incumbency, inspectorship, instructorship,
internship, judgeship, judicature, khanate, lectureship, legation,
legateship, legislatorship, librarianship, lieutenancy, magistracy, magistrature,
managership, manhood, marshalship, mastership, mayoralty, messiahship,
moderatorship, overlordship, pastorship, pastorate, peasanthood, plum,
praetorship, precentorship, preceptorship, prefecture, prelacy, prelature,
premiership, presidency, presidentship, primateship, principalship, priorship,
proconsulship, proconsulate, proctorship, professorship, chair, protectorship,
public office, rabbinate, receivership, rectorship, rectorate, regency,
residency, rulership, sainthood, secretaryship, seigniory, seigneury,
feudal lordship, senatorship, sinecure, solicitorship, speakership, stewardship,
studentship, teachership, thaneship, throne, treasurership, tribuneship,
tribuneship, vice-presidency, viceroyship, viziership, wardenship,
wardership, womanhood
7. the spatial property of a place where or way in which something is situated (Freq. 7)
- the position of the hands on the clock
- he specified the spatial relations of every piece of furniture on the stage
Syn:
spatial relation
Hypernyms:
relation
Hyponyms:
occlusion, tilt, list, inclination, lean,
leaning, gradient, slope, placement, arrangement, point of view,
coincidence, dead center, dead centre, centrality, marginality, anteriority,
posteriority, outwardness, externality, inwardness, malposition, misplacement,
northernness, southernness, horizontality, verticality, verticalness, erectness,
erectness, slot, room, way, elbow room,
direction, angular position
Attrubites:
anterior, posterior, external, internal, outer,
inner, exterior, interior
8. the appropriate or customary location (Freq. 3)
- the cars were in position
Hypernyms:
point
9. (in team sports) the role assigned to an individual player (Freq. 3)
- what position does he play?
Topics:
sport, athletics
Hypernyms:
role
Hyponyms:
goalkeeper, goalie, goaltender, netkeeper, pitcher,
mound, catcher, first base, first, second base, second,
shortstop, short, third base, third, left field, leftfield,
center field, centerfield, right field, rightfield, forward, center,
guard, back, lineman, mid-off, mid-on, cleanup,
cleanup position, cleanup spot
10. the act of putting something in a certain place (Freq. 2)
Syn:
placement, location, locating, positioning, emplacement
Derivationally related forms:
emplace (for: emplacement), position (for: positioning), posit, locate (for: location)
Hypernyms:
activity
Hyponyms:
stratification, juxtaposition, apposition, collocation, interposition,
intervention, orientation, planting, implantation, repositioning, set,
superposition, fingering
11. a condition or position in which you find yourself (Freq. 1)
- the unpleasant situation (or position) of having to choose between two evils
- found herself in a very fortunate situation
Syn:
situation
Hypernyms:
condition, status
Hyponyms:
place, shoes, poverty trap, soup, stymie, stymy
12. a rationalized mental attitude (Freq. 1)
Syn:
stance, posture
Derivationally related forms:
stand (for: stance)
Hypernyms:
attitude, mental attitude
Hyponyms:
hard line, point of view, viewpoint, stand, standpoint
13. an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute
- there are two sides to every question
Syn:
side
Hypernyms:
opinion, view
14. the post or function properly or customarily occupied or served by another
- can you go in my stead?
- took his place
- in lieu of
Syn:
stead, place, lieu
Hypernyms:
function, office, part, role
Hyponyms:
behalf
15. an item on a list or in a sequence
- in the second place
- moved from third to fifth position
Syn:
place
Derivationally related forms:
place (for: place)
Hypernyms:
item, point
Hyponyms:
postposition, preposition
16. the act of positing;
an assumption taken as a postulate or axiom
Derivationally related forms:
posit
Hypernyms:
assumption

II - verb
1. cause to be in an appropriate place, state, or relation (Freq. 2)
Derivationally related forms:
positioner, positioning
Hypernyms:
put, set, place, pose, lay
Hyponyms:
deploy, aim, take, train, take aim,
direct, square, dress, line up, orient
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Somebody ----s somebody
- Something ----s something
- Somebody ----s somebody PP
- Somebody ----s something PP
2. put into a certain place or abstract location (Freq. 1)
- Put your things here
- Set the tray down
- Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children
- Place emphasis on a certain point
Syn:
put, set, place, pose, lay
See Also:
lay out (for: lay), set down (for: set), set back (for: set), set up (for: set), set out (for: set), put over (for: put), put back (for: put), put off (for: put), put down (for: put), put away (for: put), put together (for: put), put on (for: put), put up (for: put), put across (for: put)
Derivationally related forms:
positioner, place (for: place), placement (for: place), set (for: set), setting (for: set)
Hypernyms:
move, displace
Hyponyms:
insert, enclose, inclose, stick in, put in,
introduce, docket, cock, postpose, prepose, step,
replace, put back, stratify, plant, intersperse, nestle,
snuggle, pile, arrange, set up, superimpose, superpose,
lay over, park, ensconce, settle, dispose, emplace,
ship, underlay, trench, pigeonhole, shelve, jar,
repose, sign, middle, parallelize, butt, recess,
reposition, throw, thrust, tee, tee up, rack up,
coffin, bed, appose, set down, put down, place down,
sow, seed, misplace, juxtapose, bottle, bucket,
barrel, ground, pillow, rest, mislay, lose,
upend, seat, sit, sit down, lay, stand,
stand up, place upright, recline, set, install, instal,
situate, fix, posit, deposit, ladle, poise,
lean, clap, perch, load, cram, siphon,
glycerolize, glycerolise, space, marshal, settle down, imbricate
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something PP
- They position the bags on the table

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