place

Synonyms and related words:
Anschauung, Autobahn, OK, US highway, a leg up, abiding place, abode, address, advance, agora, airspace, align, all right, all set, allegiance, alley, alleyway, allocate, allot, alphabetize, amphitheater, analyze, angle, angle of vision, anoint, antepast, apartment, apply, appointment, apportion, appropriate, approximate, area, arena, arise, arrange, array, arrive, arterial, arterial highway, arterial street, artery, ascribe, assign, assigned task, associate, assort, athletic field, attach, attribute, auditorium, autoroute, autostrada, avenue, awkward, background, basis, bear garden, bearings, belt, belt highway, bench mark, berth, billet, blind alley, boulevard, bounden duty, bout, bowl, boxing ring, bracket, break down, bring down, bull ring, bung, burden, burden with, business, buy in, buy into, bypass, byway, call, call of duty, camino real, campo, campus, cantonment, canvas, capacity, carriageway, case, caste, catalog, categorize, causeway, causey, chair, chance, character, charge, chaussee, chore, circumferential, circumstance, circumstances, circus, city, class, classify, clear stage, close, cockpit, codify, coliseum, collocate, colosseum, come about, commitment, compose, concern, condition, confines, connection, consider, continental shelf, continuity, corduroy road, correct, corridor, country, county road, course, court, cover, crash pad, crescent, crib, crown, cul-de-sac, dead-end street, deal, deal out, dedication, deference, degree, demand, department, deploy, deposit, dessert, determinate, devoir, devotion, diagnose, digest, diggings, digs, dike, dirt road, dish, dispose, distinguish, distribute, district, divide, division, domicile, domus, drive, driveway, duties and responsibilities, duty, dwelling, dwelling place, echelon, embarrass, emplace, emplacement, employment, engagement, enjoin, enthrone, entree, entremets, environs, establish, estate, ethics, exact, expressway, eye, fair field, fair game, farmstead, fasten upon, fealty, field, file, financier, finger, fitting, fix, flat, floor, flourish, footing, forum, frame of reference, framework, freeway, freight with, function, get a fix, get ahead, gig, give, go, go on, go places, good form, gradation, grade, grange, gravel road, ground, group, gym, gymnasium, habitation, hacienda, hall, hamlet, happen, have, heartland, help, helping, hierarchy, highroad, highway, highways and byways, hinterland, hippodrome, hole, homage, home, home in on, home place, homecroft, homestead, house, house and grounds, house and lot, humble, identify, imperative, impose, impose on, impose upon, improper, impute, in order, in place, in situ, inappropriate, inaugurate, incumbency, index, induct, inflict on, inflict upon, inning, innings, install, instate, interstate highway, invest, invest in, jam, job, judge, know, know again, land, lane, latitude and longitude, lay, lay on, lay out money, levy, liberty, lieu, light, line, line of duty, line up, list, lists, livelihood, local road, locale, locality, localize, locate, location, locus, lodging, lodging place, lodgings, lodgment, lot, loyalty, main drag, main road, make a splash, make an investment, make good, make out, market, market cross, marketplace, marshal, mart, mat, mental outlook, messuage, mews, milieu, misplaced, mission, modality, mode, moonlighting, mortify, motorway, must, nail, navigate, neighborhood, nest, niche, obligation, occasion, occupation, occur, office, offshore rights, okay, onus, open forum, opening, opportunism, opportunity, order, ought, out of place, outlook, pad, palaestra, parade ground, parcel out, park, parkway, part, parts, pass, pave, paved road, peg, piazza, pickle, pigeonhole, pike, pin down, pinpoint, pit, place in office, place to live, placement, plank road, plate, platform, plaza, plight, plow back into, plunge, point, point of view, portion, pose, posit, position, post, posture, power structure, precedence, precinct, precincts, predicament, premises, primary highway, private road, prize ring, proper, prosper, province, public square, purlieu, purlieus, purpose, put, put down, put in, put in place, put on, put out, put upon, quarter, quarters, rally, ranch, rancho, range, rank, rate, rating, ready, realize, recall, recall knowledge of, reckon, recognize, refer, reference system, regard, regiment, region, reidentify, reinvest, relief, remember, residence, respect, responsibility, rialto, right, right-of-way, ring, ring road, risk, road, roadbed, roadway, role, roof, room, rooms, round, route nationale, row, royal road, saddle with, salient, say, scene, scene of action, scenery, scope, seat, second helping, second job, secondary road, section, see, self-imposed duty, sequence, serial order, service, serving, set, set out, set up, setting, settle, side, sight, sink, sink money in, site, situate, situation, situs, slant, slot, soil, sort, space, speculate, speedway, spell, sphere, spot, square, squared circle, squelch, stadium, stage, stage set, stage setting, stand, standing, standpoint, state, state highway, station, status, stead, steading, stepping-stone, stick, street, strike it rich, subdivide, subject to, submit, subordination, succeed, suitable, superhighway, system, tabulate, take place, task, tax, tell, tenure, terrace, terrain, territory, theater, thoroughfare, three-mile limit, thrive, throne, through street, thruway, tilting ground, tiltyard, time, time at bat, toft, toll road, town, township road, tract, transpire, triangulate, turn, turnpike, twelve-mile limit, type, uncomfortable, universe, unsuitable, vacancy, venture, vicinage, vicinity, view, viewpoint, village, walk, weight down with, whack, where, whereabout, whereabouts, wrestling ring, wrong, wynd, yoke with, zero in on, zone

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  • place — [ plas ] n. f. • 1080 « endroit »; lat. pop. °plattea, class. platea I ♦ 1 ♦ (1370; h. XIIe) Lieu public, espace découvert, généralement entouré de constructions. ⇒ esplanade, rond point; piazza. Petite place. ⇒ placette. Place d une ville… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • placé — place [ plas ] n. f. • 1080 « endroit »; lat. pop. °plattea, class. platea I ♦ 1 ♦ (1370; h. XIIe) Lieu public, espace découvert, généralement entouré de constructions. ⇒ esplanade, rond point; piazza. Petite place. ⇒ placette. Place d une ville… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • place — PLACE. s. f. Lieu, espace qu occupe ou peut occuper une personne, une chose. La place est remplie. la place est vuide. mettre chaque chose à sa place. en sa place. laisser la place libre. changer des livres, des meubles de place. il change de… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Place — (pl[=a]s), n. [F., fr. L. platea a street, an area, a courtyard, from Gr. platei^a a street, properly fem. of platy s, flat, broad; akin to Skr. p[.r]thu, Lith. platus. Cf. {Flawn}, {Piazza}, {Plate}, {Plaza}.] 1. Any portion of space regarded as …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • place — Place, f. penac. Est un lieu subdial et à descouvert sans bastimens, et se prend tantost pour le rez de chaussée, Solum. Comme quand on dit, Il n y a que la place, Solum nudum, et sine superficie. Nuda area. Et tantost pour le lieu destiné au… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • placé — placé, ée (pla sé, sée) part. passé de placer. 1°   Mis dans un certain lieu, dans une certaine place. •   Placé loin de vos yeux, j étais vers le rivage Où nos fiers ennemis osaient nous résister, VOLT. Tancr. V, 1. •   Les yeux placés comme… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • place — [plās] n. [OFr < L platea, a broad street (in LL, an open space) < Gr plateia, a street < platys, broad: see PLATY ] 1. a square or court in a city 2. a short street, often closed at one end 3. space; room 4. a particular area or… …   English World dictionary

  • place — ► NOUN 1) a particular position or location. 2) a portion of space occupied by or set aside for someone or something. 3) a vacancy or available position. 4) a position in a sequence or hierarchy. 5) the position of a figure in a series indicated… …   English terms dictionary

  • Place — Place, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Placed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Placing}.] [Cf. F. placer. See {Place}, n.] 1. To assign a place to; to put in a particular spot or place, or in a certain relative position; to direct to a particular place; to fix; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Place — ist der Name folgender Personen: Francis Place (1771−1854), englischer radikaler Sozialreformer und Chartist Mary Kay Place (* 1947), US amerikanische Schauspielerin und Sängerin Ullin Place (1924–2000), britischer Philosoph und Psychologe Victor …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • place — n Place, position, location, situation, site, spot, station are comparable when they mean the point or portion of space occupied by or chosen for a thing. Place, the most general of these terms, carries as its basic implication the idea of… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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