Translation of locate in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1 (find) [fault/leak] localizar*, ubicar* (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina)Example sentences
- Because forecasters always try to pinpoint the eye of the hurricane, this knowledge will help with locating the exact position and lead to better tracking.
- As well as tracking all types of electronic transactions, it is able to reconstruct text messages months after they were sent and locate the exact position of users.
- Although I know several swims well I will always use the plumbing rod to locate the exact positions that I want to fish.
- 2 (position) [building/business] situar*, ubicar* (especially Latin America/especialmente América Latina) the switch is located under the seat el interruptor está or se encuentra debajo del asientoExample sentences
- Living in cities is more popular and the more expensive flats and apartments are centrally located.
- The city's old Central Jail built during the British Raj was located very centrally.
- The Academy is centrally located on Beretania and Victoria, and there is ample street parking.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- (settle) (American English/inglés norteamericano) establecerse*Example sentences
- On the first point, research shows that taxes are not necessarily the key factor in where people and businesses locate.
- Look for property data to show special exemptions for new businesses that locate in new residential areas.
- But the sale of the site and the possibility of new businesses locating on Swindon Road could inject some much needed capital into the local economy.
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