Definition of locating:
muddle, spatial relation, emplacement, reparation, billet, view, repair, localisation of function, attitude, localization of function, spot, localisation, positioning, hole, place, localization, mend, mending, status, localization principle, stance, localisation principle, perspective, post, location, military position, posture, mess, kettle of fish, berth, position, stead, placement, office, arrangement, fixture, situation, jam, lieu, pickle, fix, side.
- installing (part of speech: verb)
location (part of speech: noun)
- lighting upon,
- coming on,
- stumbling on,
- searching out,
- settling upon,
- tracing out,
- digging up,
- happening upon,
- situating (part of speech: verb)
- locating (part of speech: verb)
- "The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar", Maurice Leblanc.
I had an instructive walk over the fruit farm of my son- in- law, Mr. C. S. Martin, of Dunnington Heath, near Alcester, with his cousin, Mr. William Martin, who is extraordinarily clever at locating the nests.- "Grain and Chaff from an English Manor", Arthur H. Savory.
As Fox had succeeded in " locating" his man, he returned to his boarding- house, wrote out his report and posted it, and after carelessly dropping into the restaurant under Washington Hall, where he took a dish of ice- cream and found means to inform Bristol of the latest development, he returned and retired for the night well satisfied with his day's work, and fully resolved to be on hand for Saturday's sport at Charlotte.- "The Spiritualists and the Detectives", Allan Pinkerton.