localise localise


  1. (v) identify the location or place of
  2. (v) concentrate on a particular place or spot
  3. (v) restrict something to a particular area
  4. (v) locate


  1. "We are looking to partner with other firms to localise supplies for cost and speed of operations in India," said Meena Mutyala, country head of Westinghouse.
    on Jan 16, 2009 By: Meena Source: Reuters

  2. "Industrial policy is not a swear word," Mr Sarkozy said in Rome. "There must be competition to build big European groups, not to make all our industries de-localise."
    on Feb 27, 2009 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: Brisbane Times

  3. "It was long a point of contention that Rails didn't ship with a internationalisation framework in the box. There has, however, long been a wide variety of plug-ins that added this support," Hansson said. "There was localise, globalise and...
    on Nov 24, 2008 By: David Heinemeier Hansson Source: VNUNet.com

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