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Date: 1400-1500
Language: Medieval Latin
Origin: , past participle of situare, from Latin situs; SITE1

situate

verb
     
sit‧u‧ate [transitive] formal
to describe or consider something as being part of something else or related to something else
situate something in something
The women have the opportunity to situate their own struggles in a wider historical context.

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