relocated

[ ree-loh-keyt, ree-loh-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF relocated
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The modern title page and verso have been relocated to the end of the text.

Oh, it was splendid, the way you relocated that gold mine, Dave!

The illustrations have been relocated to better match the flow of the text.

Footnotes were renumbered and relocated to the ends of chapters.

Some illustrations were relocated to correspond to their references in the text.

Illustrations were relocated to correspond to their references in the text.

The other sidenotes are relocated to the beginning of the associated paragraph.

In the spring of 1622 those who "remayneth" must have been relocated.

They had found it, had relocated it, and worked out the assessment for the widow.

At this time, also, the carport was relocated, and terraces were created on the east and west sides of the house.

WORD ORIGIN

1822, transitive, "to move (something, originally a road) to another place," from re- "back, again" + locate (v.). Intransitive sense of "settle again" is from 1841. Related: Relocated; relocating.

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