- v identify the location or place of
We localized the source of the infection
- v concentrate on a particular place or spot
The infection has localized in the left eye
- v restrict something to a particular area
- v locate
- Neuroscientists usually scan people's brains looking for tumors or aneurysms or to localize the extent of physical trauma.
- Harlequin doesn't localize the novels, though.
- For, inevitably, researchers began to hunt for other elements which would localize equally well in a particular part of the body.
- Phil Bredesen in Daily News Journal (subscription)
The data gathered by Connected Tennessee allows us to see for the first time where improvement is needed and work to localize our efforts,said Governor Phil Bredesen. "Technology adoption and economic development go hand in hand, and we...
- Anatoly Serdyukov in AHN
The war game will "train the deployment of the Russian Armed Forces, combat missions of troops to localize and fight armed conflicts, terrorist activity, natural disasters and man-made catastrophes in order to provide strategic deterrence and...