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positioned (not comparable)

  1. (usually with to or an adverb) Being in a particular position; (figuratively) suitable.
    • 2008, Faisal Malick, Positioned to Bless: Secrets to Fulfilling Your Divine Assignment[1], →ISBN:
      By the time you grow into the place where you are positioned to receive the fullness of God's blessings, who you are spiritually will have been changed because you will have learned to yield and adapt to the nature of God.
    • 2013, Gabriella Blum, Natalie J. Lockwood, “Earthquakes and Wars: The Logic of International Reparations”, in Larry May, Elizabeth Edenberg, editors, Jus Post Bellum and Transitional Justice, →ISBN, page 209:
      Here it is their geographical proximity rather than their relative financial advantage that makes them specially positioned to help; Samaritanism is distinguishable from distributive justice on this basis.
    • 2022, David A. Deese, Sam Biasi, “Financial crises and trade wars: has globalization failed to deliver?”, in Ka Zeng, Wei Liang, editors, Research Handbook on Trade Wars, →ISBN, page 57:
      [The IMF] remains much more positioned to manage than to predict crises, never mind prevent or deter them []

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  1. simple past and past participle of position