Etymology
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emplace (v.)

"to place, locate," 1832, in modern use a back-formation from emplacement. Marked "Rare" in Century Dictionary in 1895. Related: Emplaced.

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Definitions of emplace

emplace (v.)
provide a new emplacement for guns;
emplace (v.)
put into place or position;
the box with the ancestors' ashes was emplaced on the top shelf of the house altar
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