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head·quar·ter

 (hĕd′kwôr′tər)
v. head·quar·tered, head·quar·ter·ing, head·quar·ters
v.tr.
To provide with headquarters: That company is headquartered in Chicago.
v.intr.
To establish headquarters.

headquartered

(ˌhɛdˈkwɔːtəd)
adj
to be based; to have headquarters (in a place)
Translations

headquartered

[ˌhɛdˈkwɔːrrd] adj
to be headquartered [organization] → avoir son siège
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For example, take a global operation that is headquartered in England, with a secondary Americas operation headquartered in the U.S.