/ (pəˈzɪʃənɪŋ) /

  1. the position held by a product brand in the opinion of consumers, in comparison with its competitors' brands

Words Nearby positioning

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How to use positioning in a sentence

  • Inconsistent positioning of footnote numbers has been retained.

  • The absence of colour and light diminish confusion over the sun's relative positioning.

    The Land of Look Behind | Paul Cameron Brown
  • The positioning of these accents has been made consistent where there was a variation in a few instances.

    The Student's Mythology | Catherine Ann White
  • The positioning of page numbers in the Table of Contents has been changed slightly to accommodate small-screen display devices.

  • Additionally, other minor changes have been made in positioning of page numbers to accommodate positioning of page numbers.

    Richard II | Jacob Abbott