Adjective "placement" definition and examples

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Definitions and examples


The action of placing someone or something somewhere.
  1. 'In addition to making the injection itself less painful, the anesthetic can help verify proper placement of the needle.'
  2. 'An empty room makes it easier to hang artwork, said Reis, but it's impossible to gauge proper height and placement.'
  3. 'With proper colony placement and sampling, gradient maps of the distribution of chemical or biological materials can be produced.'
  4. 'So it's the radio promoters going into places like Fort Wayne, Indiana and making sure you're getting the proper placement.'
  5. 'But proper placement of such tracks is also important to him.'
  6. 'Check fire regulations for the type needed in your work area and to determine proper placement.'
  7. 'Proper placement of a permanent mirror in your home can help you look down a hallway before you have to stick your head in.'
  8. 'Use of a large needle facilitates proper suture placement.'
  9. 'Bolt Rite fasteners assist in the proper placement of anchor bolts in wet concrete.'
  10. 'Some students chose to continue with their placement despite the fact that CECS cancelled the credit for it.'
  11. 'a baby put up for adoption may wait up to three years or more for placement'
  12. 'Traders in Cleckheaton are being offered the help of special-needs teenagers on work placements.'
  13. 'These organizations, as well as private donors, sponsored students through their studies and some provided job placements between academic terms.'
  14. 'Special-education placements did increase nationally, just not in any systematic way suggestive of a relationship to state accountability.'
  15. 'The school's deputy head teacher said if the specialist bid was successful youngsters could take part in placements at businesses at the park.'
  16. 'Students with other special education placements were excluded from the analysis.'
  17. 'In the past month, the office made 12 placements.'
  18. 'Some innovative states, such as Kansas and Michigan, have tied foster care payments to the speed with which agencies find permanent placements for children.'
  19. 'Are referred students placed in special education, and what are the outcomes of those placements?'
  20. 'The New York Evening Post charged that the NYBVE was more interested in securing speedy job placements than in maximizing the range of opportunities available to retrained veterans.'
  21. 'The overspend is largely due to the high cost of looking after children in foster care or specialist placements.'
  22. 'students spend one year on industrial placement'
  23. 'During the four years of his degree, he did two six month work experience placements at a company called Wild Promotions.'
  24. 'All students, whether on industrial placement or those doing projects, fill out weekly logs and complete all monthly reports.'
  25. 'But the demand was attacked by business leaders last night who said work experience placements were essential for developing skilled youngsters for the workplace.'
  26. 'He was introduced to the unique venue during a work experience placement and he went on to work there during summer holidays.'
  27. 'It was amazing, she was immediately given a long-term temporary placement and has since had many others and is still working, even though she is now 69.'
  28. 'Another component of this 12 week course was a work experience placement.'
  29. 'There is growing speculation that he will join a prestigious Scottish firm when he takes up a work experience placement in the City of London later this year.'
  30. 'Work experience placements, mentoring, curriculum projects, summer schools, master classes, careers advice and practice interviews are regular features of school life.'
  31. 'A number of students were also selected to go on extended work experience placements at the restaurants in question.'
  32. 'The school is now appealing to local businesses and organisations who may be interested in providing work experience placements for the new school year.'

More definitions

1. the act of placing.

2. the state of being placed.

3. the act of an employment office or employer in filling a position.

4. location; arrangement: the placement of furniture.

5. Football. the placing of the ball on the ground in attempting a place kick. the position of the ball. a place kick. a score made by a place kick: Jones made 43 consecutive placements last season.

6. (in tennis, badminton, handball, etc.) a winning shot in which the ball or shuttlecock is so hit that

More examples(as adjective)

"ups can be placement."

"helps can be placement."