[awr-ee-uh n-teyt, -en-, ohr-] /ˈɔr i ənˌteɪt, -ɛn-, ˈoʊr-/
verb (used with or without object), orientated, orientating.
a variant of orient
1849, back-formation from orientation. Related: Orientated; orientating.
orientate or·i·en·tate (ôr’ē-ěn-tāt’, -ən-)
v. or·i·en·tat·ed, or·i·en·tat·ing, or·i·en·tates
[awr-ee-uh n-tey-shuh n, -en-, ohr-] /ˌɔr i ənˈteɪ ʃən, -ɛn-, ˌoʊr-/ noun 1. the act or process of orienting. 2. the state of being oriented. 3. an introduction, as to guide one in adjusting to new surroundings, employment, activity, or the like: New employees receive two days of orientation. 4. Psychology, Psychiatry. the ability to […]
[aw-ree-en-te] /ˌɔ riˈɛn tɛ/ noun 1. a region in Ecuador, E of the Andes: the border long disputed by Peru. 2. a province in E Cuba. 14,132 sq. mi. (36,600 sq. km). Capital: Santiago de Cuba.
[noun, adjective awr-ee-uh nt, ‐ee-ent, ohr-; verb awr-ee-ent, ohr‐] /noun, adjective ˈɔr i ənt, ‐iˌɛnt, ˈoʊr-; verb ˈɔr iˌɛnt, ˈoʊr‐/ noun 1. the Orient, 2. Jewelry. 3. the east; the eastern region of the heavens or the world. verb (used with object) 4. to adjust with relation to, or bring into due relation to surroundings, […]
/ˌɔːrɪənˈtɪə/ verb (intransitive) 1. to take part in orienteering noun 2. a person who takes part in orienteering
[awr-ee-en-teer-ing, ohr-] /ˌɔr i ɛnˈtɪər ɪŋ, ˌoʊr-/ noun 1. a competitive sport, originating in Sweden, that tests the skills of map reading and cross-country running, in which competitors race through an unknown area to find various checkpoints by using only a compass and topographical map, the winner being the finisher with the lowest elapsed time. […]