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position (verb), positions; positioned; positioning
1. To distribute something or someone in a particular place or way: Mary and Tom and the other guests positioned themselves at the dinner table for the evening meal.
2. To promote a product, a business, or a service in a special division of a market, or as the fulfillment of that sector's specific requirements: The company presented a comprehensive development plan that could position the two towns as major economic forces in that region of the country.
3. To regard someone as a particular kind of person: The lexicographer positioned the freelance writer as a contributor to a more comprehensible dictionary.
(Latin: place; from place to place; where something is positioned or situated)