Emplacement meaning

ĕm-plāsmənt
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A prepared position, such as a mounting or silo, for a military weapon.
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The act of putting into a certain position; placement.
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Position; location.
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The act of emplacing; placement.
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The position in which something is placed; specif., the prepared position from which a heavy gun or guns are fired.
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An installation that houses a military weapon.
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A place where a thing is located; the act of placing something somewhere.
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(geology) The inclusion of igneous rock in older rocks, or the development or localization of an ore body in older rocks. The latter is referred to as ore deposition.
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Origin of emplacement

  • French from obsolete emplacer to place in position en- in en–1 Old French place open space place

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From French emplacement, from en- + placement

    From Wiktionary