Definition of co-locate in English:

co-locate

Syllabification: co-lo·cate
Pronunciation: /kōˈlōˌkāt, ˈkōlōˌkāt
 
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verb

(be co-located)
Share a location or facility with someone (or something) else: a woman officer can often be co-located with her husband
More example sentences
  • As costs drop for both wide-area bandwidth and storage, most companies looking to protect critical data can justify a standby server hosted at another company location or co-located at an ISP, VAR, or other service provider.
  • In May 2005, it will open a processing plant and refinery co-located with the transportation facility.
  • The process is greatly helped and made safer if key departments are co-located.

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