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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.
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headquarter

(ˌhɛdˈkwɔːtə)
vb
informal chiefly US to place in or establish as headquarters
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head•quar•ter

(ˈhɛdˌkwɔr tər, -ˌkwɔ-)

v.t.
1. to situate in headquarters.
v.i.
2. to establish one's headquarters.
[1900–05; back formation from headquarters]
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headquarter


Past participle: headquartered
Gerund: headquartering

Imperative
headquarter
headquarter
Present
I headquarter
you headquarter
he/she/it headquarters
we headquarter
you headquarter
they headquarter
Preterite
I headquartered
you headquartered
he/she/it headquartered
we headquartered
you headquartered
they headquartered
Present Continuous
I am headquartering
you are headquartering
he/she/it is headquartering
we are headquartering
you are headquartering
they are headquartering
Present Perfect
I have headquartered
you have headquartered
he/she/it has headquartered
we have headquartered
you have headquartered
they have headquartered
Past Continuous
I was headquartering
you were headquartering
he/she/it was headquartering
we were headquartering
you were headquartering
they were headquartering
Past Perfect
I had headquartered
you had headquartered
he/she/it had headquartered
we had headquartered
you had headquartered
they had headquartered
Future
I will headquarter
you will headquarter
he/she/it will headquarter
we will headquarter
you will headquarter
they will headquarter
Future Perfect
I will have headquartered
you will have headquartered
he/she/it will have headquartered
we will have headquartered
you will have headquartered
they will have headquartered
Future Continuous
I will be headquartering
you will be headquartering
he/she/it will be headquartering
we will be headquartering
you will be headquartering
they will be headquartering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been headquartering
you have been headquartering
he/she/it has been headquartering
we have been headquartering
you have been headquartering
they have been headquartering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been headquartering
you will have been headquartering
he/she/it will have been headquartering
we will have been headquartering
you will have been headquartering
they will have been headquartering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been headquartering
you had been headquartering
he/she/it had been headquartering
we had been headquartering
you had been headquartering
they had been headquartering
Conditional
I would headquarter
you would headquarter
he/she/it would headquarter
we would headquarter
you would headquarter
they would headquarter
Past Conditional
I would have headquartered
you would have headquartered
he/she/it would have headquartered
we would have headquartered
you would have headquartered
they would have headquartered
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.headquarter - provide with headquarters; "the compnay is headquartered in New Jersey"
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
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Translations

headquarter

[ˈhedkwɔːtəʳ] VT (US) the company is headquartered in Renola companía tiene su sede en Reno
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