[ US /ɪmˈpɫeɪsmənt/ ]
[ UK /ɛmplˈe‍ɪsmənt/ ]
  1. the act of putting something in a certain place
  2. military installation consisting of a prepared position for siting a weapon
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How To Use emplacement In A Sentence

  • This was accompanied by the multistage emplacement of large intrusive bodies in the Cambrian, Ordovician, and Silurian periods.
  • The upper intercept defined by the six collinear points is 610.4 + 0.9 / - 0.7 Ma and is considered to be the best estimate of the timing of emplacement of the intrusion.
  • They probably represent the time of igneous emplacement of the granitic source rocks.
  • A howitzer is a field artillery piece, used primarily to attack enemy personnel, fortifications, and artillery emplacements.
  • The chief commodity sought is tin, as fine-grained cassiterite in vein swarms related to the emplacement of granitic rocks within sedimentary carbonates.
  • Meanwhile, bridges had been thrown across trenches and 'boyaux', and the artillery, leaving the emplacements where they had been anchored a whole year, came across and took position in the open, Poems
  • Concrete emplacement has some shape transition.
  • Around airfields and other installations of national importance emplacements of the distinctive Soviet ZSU-23 multi-barrelled anti-aircraft guns could be seen.
  • The terrain was such that you couldn't sneak up to the machine gun emplacement without being seen.
  • Indications of planation near the Inner SDR might either indicate that this unit formed partly under subaerial conditions (subaerial seafloor spreading) or that an uplift episode occurred after its emplacement.
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