Definition of locator in English:

locator

Line breaks: lo|ca¦tor
Pronunciation: /ləʊˈkeɪtə
 
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noun

A device or system for locating something, typically by means of radio signals: automatic vehicle locator [as modifier]: a locator beacon
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  • Upon invoking the locator, the targeted device is then specified by the user with an IP address, a host name, or with some other suitable identifier.
  • Users will be able to hook up the e550 to a wider range of third-party gizmos that include Bluetooth wireless transceivers, GPS locators and digital cameras.
  • Obviously ski gizmos such as walkie-talkies, radio locators and GPS thingies - I can almost hear the older brother (bless him) groan - will be rendered useless.

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