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sit·u·at·ed

 (sĭch′o͞o-ā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Having a place or location; located: a cabin nicely situated on a quiet riverbank.
2. Supplied with money: a family that has always been well situated.

situated

(ˈsɪtʃʊeɪtɪd)
adj
located; placed

sit•u•at•ed

(ˈsɪtʃ uˌeɪ tɪd)

adj.
1. located; placed.
2. being in a particular condition with reference to money and material possessions: The inheritance leaves them well situated.
[1550–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.situated - situated in a particular spot or position; "valuable centrally located urban land"; "strategically placed artillery"; "a house set on a hilltop"; "nicely situated on a quiet riverbank"
settled - established in a desired position or place; not moving about; "nomads...absorbed among the settled people"; "settled areas"; "I don't feel entirely settled here"; "the advent of settled civilization"
Translations
قائِم، واقِع، كائِنمَوجُودٌ فِي
situovanýumístěný
beliggende
sijaitseva
smješten
elhelyezett
staîsettur
位置している
위치한
umiestnený
belägen
ซึ่งตั้งอยู่
bulunankonuşlandırılmışkonuşlanmışyerleşmiş
đặt tại

situated

[ˈsɪtʃueɪtɪd] adjsitué(e)
to be situated → être situé(e)
The village is situated on the side of a hill → Le village est situé sur le flanc d'une colline.

situated

adjgelegen; person (financially) → gestellt, situiert (geh); it is situated in the High Streetes liegt an der Hauptstraße; a pleasantly situated houseein Haus in angenehmer Lage; he is well situated to appreciate the riskser ist sehr wohl (dazu) in der Lage, die Risiken abzuschätzen

situated

[ˈsɪtjʊˌeɪtɪd] adjsituato/a
well situated (house) → in una bella posizione
how are you situated for money? (fig) → come stai a soldi?

situation

(sitjuˈeiʃən) noun
1. circumstances; a state of affairs. an awkward situation.
2. the place where anything stands or lies. The house has a beautiful situation beside a lake.
3. a job. the situations-vacant columns of the newspaper.
ˈsituated adjective
to be found; placed. The new school is situated on the north side of town.

situated

مَوجُودٌ فِي situovaný beliggende gelegen ευρισκόμενος situado sijaitseva situé smješten situato 位置している 위치한 gesitueerd beliggende umieszczony situado расположенный belägen ซึ่งตั้งอยู่ konuşlanmış đặt tại 位于...

situated

a. situado-a, localizado-a.
References in classic literature ?
Meg, in the other boat, was delightfully situated, face to face with the rowers, who both admired the prospect and feathered their oars with uncommon `skill and dexterity'.
The house was inconveniently situated for students, and on that account I got two rooms for the price of one.
It was situated at the top of the house, made up of odd angles and a queer, sloping ceiling.
At this critical moment, when the success of the struggle was again becoming doubtful, the crack of a rifle was heard behind the Hurons, and a bullet came whizzing from among some beaver lodges, which were situated in the clearing, in their rear, and was followed by the fierce and appalling yell of the war-whoop.
And we view Kentucke situated on the fertile banks of the great Ohio, rising from obscurity to shine with splendor, equal to any other of the stars of the American hemisphere.
But, either there was a smouldering fire within him that consumed his vital energy, or the monotony that would have dragged itself with benumbing effect over a mind differently situated was no monotony to Clifford.
His stronghold was situated on the banks of the Hudson, in one of those green, sheltered, fertile nooks in which the Dutch farmers are so fond of nestling.
The sperm whale, as with all other species of the Leviathan, but unlike most other fish, breeds indifferently at all seasons; after a gestation which may probably be set down at nine months, producing but one at a time; though in some few known instances giving birth to an Esau and Jacob: -- a contingency provided for in suckling by two teats, curiously situated, one on each side of the anus; but the breasts themselves extend upwards from that.
So spoke this poor, heathenish Kentuckian, who had not been instructed in his constitutional relations, and consequently was betrayed into acting in a sort of Christianized manner, which, if he had been better situated and more enlightened, he would not have been left to do.
I meet this American government, or its representative, the State government, directly, and face to face, once a year--no more--in the person of its tax-gatherer; this is the only mode in which a man situated as I am necessarily meets it; and it then says distinctly, Recognize me; and the simplest, the most effectual, and, in the present posture of affairs, the indispensablest mode of treating with it on this head, of expressing your little satisfaction with and love for it, is to deny it then.
As a true patriot, I should be ashamed to think that Adam in paradise was more favorably situated on the whole than the backwoodsman in this country.
The most conspicuously situated lady in that massed flower-bed of feminine show and finery inclined her head by way of assent, and then the spokesman of the prisoners delivered himself and his fellows into her hands for free pardon, ransom, captivity, or death, as she in her good pleasure might elect; and this, as he said, he was doing by command of Sir Kay the Senes- chal, whose prisoners they were, he having vanquished them by his single might and prowess in sturdy conflict in the field.