[koh-loh-keyt] /koʊˈloʊ keɪt/
verb (used with or without object), colocated, colocating.
to or be in jointly or together, as two or more groups, military units, or the like; share or designate to share the same place.
/koh’loh-kay`sh*n/ or /koh`loh-kay’sh*n/ (Or “colocation”) Providing network connections such as Internet leased lines to several servers housed together in a server room. This is typically provided as a commercial service.
The hyphenated form is correct and the most common on the web, followed by “colocation”. “collocation” (/ko`loh-kay’sh*n/, not /koh’-/), is an old word with a similar meaning. It is common in dictionaries and follows the pattern of other Latin-derived words like collect, college, and collate, but is least common on the web.
The verbal form is “to colocate” or “co-locate” (commonly /koh’loh`kayt/, also (US) /koh`loh’kayt/).
colocentesis co·lo·cen·te·sis (kō’lə-sěn-tē’sĭs) n. Surgical puncture of the colon to relieve distention. Also called colopuncture.
colocholecystostomy co·lo·cho·le·cys·tos·to·my (kō’lō-kō’lĭ-sĭ-stŏs’tə-mē) n. Variant of cholecystocolostomy.
colocolostomy co·lo·co·los·to·my (kō’lə-kə-lŏs’tə-mē) n. The surgical formation of a communication between two noncontinuous segments of the colon.
[kol-uh-sinth] /ˈkɒl ə sɪnθ/ noun 1. a plant, Citrullus colocynthis, belonging to the gourd family, of the warmer parts of Asia, the Mediterranean region, etc., bearing a round, yellow or green fruit with a bitter pulp. 2. the fruit of this plant. 3. Pharmacology. the drug derived from the pulp of the unripe but full-grown […]