[ awr-ee-uhn-teyt, -en-, ohr- ]
/ ˈɔr i ənˌteɪt, -ɛn-, ˈoʊr- /
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verb (used with or without object), o·ri·en·tat·ed, o·ri·en·tat·ing.Chiefly British.
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OTHER WORDS FROM orientatere·o·ri·en·tate, verb (used with object), re·o·ri·en·tat·ed, re·o·ri·en·tat·ing.
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How to use orientate in a sentence
So, orientating once more like a fragile tendril, he reached again for the banister rail, and got it.Aaron's Rod|D. H. Lawrence
British Dictionary definitions for orientate
/ (ˈɔːrɪɛnˌteɪt) /
a variant of orient
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Medical definitions for orientate
[ ôr′ē-ən-tāt′ ]
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