from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To put into place or position.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To place; locate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To put into place or position; to fix on an emplacement.
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- verb To
assigna positionto something, or to locatesomething at a particular place
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb provide a new emplacement for guns
- verb put into place or position
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The idea is to emplace robotic assets on the Moon that work together before people arrive.
This is about $600M per flight or $1.8 billion per year to emplace hardware to be used by the outpost.
As an example, we could have a large presence on the Moon with robots and teleoperated machines within the next ten years; these robots would emplace the infrastructure needed for a lunar outpost.
Pre-emplace rovers, bulldozers, ISRU equipment, and power systems before crew gets there.
Enclosed space is gold on the Moon for humans and this is what we want to emplace as soon as possible.
I think it incumbent on the State of Massechusetts to emplace extraordinary measures to ensure that this special election is conducted above board and beyond reach of the Republican election manipulators.
At center is emplace dark chancel of Dark sword, full of 5 meter high.
We can easily emplace 1 megawatt of solar energy on the Moon in four to six Delta IVH class payloads.
On the morning of June 24, during a predawn mission, Lcpl Bruce and his squad of combat engineers were tasked with a mission to emplace new bunkers and repair existing ones for the infantry company holding the position at traffic control point 1.
I really don't think that people quite understand yet the revolution that will occur if we emplace 1 megawatt of electrical power on the Moon.