geolocalize

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

geo- +‎ localize

Verb[edit]

geolocalize (third-person singular simple present geolocalizes, present participle geolocalizing, simple past and past participle geolocalized)

  1. (transitive) To associate (with something) a related geolocation.
    • 2009, Arthur Tatnall & ‎Anthony Jones, Education and Technology for a Better World, →ISBN, page 67:
      Everybody can geolocalize a picture on Google Earth and share this picture with other people on the Web.
    • 2012, Michele Campagna, ‎Andrea De Montis, ‎& Federica Isola, Planning Support Tools, →ISBN, page 853:
      Finally, it is possible to geolocalize the comment by drawing a geometry on a web map: a box shows the orthophoto of the Region published by SITR-IDT, together with proper draw tool boxes.
    • 2014, Juan M. Corchado, ‎Javier Bajo Pérez, ‎& Jaroslaw Kozlak, Highlights of Practical Applications of Heterogeneous Multi-Agent Systems, →ISBN, page 337:
      The process of tracking photographs is different because it is not only necessary to sign the taken photography by a mobile phone, but also geolocalize it.
    • 2015, ‎Emanuela Bonini Lessing, Urban Safety and Security, →ISBN, page 142:
      In this direction, in a future where the Internet generates the idea of citizen journalism, we could tag and geolocalize our information while writing articles: in this way the process of visualizing invisible territories would be much more user-generated, automatic and ramified - much quicker and more reliable.