orientate


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or·i·en·tate

(ôr′ē-ən-tāt′)
v.
To orient.
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'I will also urge religious leaders, government and schools to always organise seminars to orientate the public by changing their negative perception toward girl- child,'' he said.
We then Orientate ourselves by analysing and synthesising the data into a model of reality, and comparing it to whatever plan we already have.
He will work closely with the real estate brokerage community to orientate them with the major repositioning of the portfolio and upgraded services provided.