situer

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From Medieval Latin situāre, from situō (I place, locate).

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situer

  1. to locate (to find the location of something)
  2. to situate
  3. (takes a reflexive pronoun) To be located (at a certain place); To be (for a place)
    Le restaurant se situe à 200m de l'hôtel.
    The restaurant is located 200m from the hotel.

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Verb[edit]

situer

  1. first-person singular present passive subjunctive of situō