Noun(1) the countries of Asia(2) the hemisphere that includes Eurasia and Africa and Australia
Verb(1) be oriented(2) determine one's position with reference to another point(3) cause to point(4) familiarize (someone(5) adjust to a specific need or market
(1) For older children, show them how to orient the map and locate your position.(2) The main and the biggest city, the capital of Japan - Tokyo - can be the starting point to this orient country.(3) Then from the inner room came the servants again, carrying two crowns like great hieratic tiaras, barbaric diadems, composed of pearls of the finest orient .(4) As temps, we know you'll find the building a little confusing, but we're hoping that your tour today will orient you completely.(5) These pearls are orient , but they yield in whiteness to your teeth.(6) ├ö├ç├┐We want to orient them at a young age to the fun relationship to fitness as well as assist parents to interact with their kids,├ö├ç├û Barr says.(7) In these matters Brown's economic training and instincts will orient him toward the United States even while he tries to build British influence in the European Union.(8) The company's philosophy, says director of business development Ron Schlenker, is to take the strategic sourcing mentality and orient it toward product development.(9) Then orient your waterfall so you can see it from a patio or a favorite room.(10) The buildings are seen to be resting firmly on the ground, and fences or other features help the viewer to orient structures in relation to their site.(11) Accenting or highlighting serves to orient people and direct their vision so they look at the important things they need to spend time on, and less time on things that are not quite so critical.(12) Teachers also help orient children to the future by asking them to consider the questions of what will be, or what they could become (future self).(13) The great value of this necklace was due not only to the size, the perfect shape and orient of the separate pearls, but to the fact that the whole set was perfectly matched.(14) They were highly suspicious looking with lots of orient carpets and artwork but not really anything else.(15) It is the primary instrument used to orient the howitzers onto the azimuth of fire.(16) The Bible gives us guides whose stories orient us to a path they traveled long ago.
2. eastern hemisphere ::
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5. aim ::
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7. orientate ::
8. point ::
9. tailor ::
Different Formsdisorient, disoriented, disorienting, disorients, orient, oriented, orienting, orients
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