orientate


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or·i·en·tate

(ôr′ē-ən-tāt′)
v.
To orient.
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He's more one-dimensional than Orientate," he said, "but Pat [Day] will do the right thing.
ORIENTATE kept up his sparkling run of form when winning the Grade 1 Forego Handicap over six and a half furlongs at Saratoga on Sunday, writes Dan Farley.
This is perhaps why we take to the water, or the hill, or the skies to orientate ourselves -- to get out before getting involved, or to remind ourselves who and where we are.