place

UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations'place', 'Place': /ˈpleɪs/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/pleɪs/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(plās)

Inflections of 'place' (v): (⇒ conjugate)
places
v 3rd person singular
placing
v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."
placed
v pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed."
placed
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."

place
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Sense: Noun: position
Synonyms:
station , point , spot (informal), position , situation , location , coordinates, setting , site , locale
Antonyms:
nowhere , altitude, in the air, solution
Sense: Noun: space
Synonyms:
room , space , seat , berth , reservation , accommodation , stead
Sense: Noun: home - informal
Synonyms:
home , house , residence , abode (formal), crib (US, slang), pad (slang), gaff (UK, slang), domicile (formal), place of abode (formal), dwelling , dwelling place (formal), apartment , flat (UK)
Sense: Noun: area
Synonyms:
area , region , town , locality, quarter , suburb , neighborhood , neighbourhood (UK), district , locale, local area, zone
Sense: Noun: rank
Synonyms:
status , position , station , rank , grade , standing , social standing, class , social class, level , tier , bracket
Antonyms:
anonymity, limbo, obscurity
Sense: Noun: profession or position
Synonyms:
position , post , job , role , situation , occupation , profession , appointment , employment
Antonyms:
fun , entertainment , pastime, hobby , unemployment , redundancy , recreation, study
Sense: Noun: public square - often capitalized
Synonyms:
square , park , plaza, court , courtyard , yard , piazza, quad (informal), quadrangle, gardens, town square, public square
Antonyms:
street , road , avenue , boulevard, roundabout , promenade, boundary , perimeter
Sense: Verb: put in a specific place
Synonyms:
put , set , set down, lay down, put down, plant , settle , rest , install , instal (UK), pop (informal), stick (informal), station , plunk (US, informal), plonk (UK, informal), allot, assign , deposit , allocate, stow, store , situate, sit
Antonyms:
dislodge, remove , displace, extract , take out, pull out, unassign, banish, take away, empty , evacuate, fire , misplace, unsettle
Sense: Verb: put in order
Synonyms:
put in order, order , arrange , group , rank , sort , grade , classify
Antonyms:
disarrange, ungroup, unalign, mix up, break up, dismantle, disorder , disrupt , clutter , jumble, mess up (informal), muddle , rummage, demolish, bulldoze
Sense: Verb: rank
Synonyms:
rank , stand , be
Sense: Verb: be among the winners
Synonyms:
win , come in, come , finish , take , be on the podium, be a runner-up, get to the final, be among the winners
Antonyms:
lose , come last, not be placed, bring up the rear, pull up, not finish, get injured, be overwhelmed, get thrashed, lag behind, fail , suffer defeat, go down, get knocked out
Sense: Verb: recognize
Synonyms:
recognize , recognise (UK), identify, put your finger on (informal), put a name to, ID (informal), name , know sb's name

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