Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Location"

The meaning of "Location" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does as far as location, mean?
A: "as far as" is a common phrase, often "as far as X goes ..."、"as far as X is concerned..."

It means something like 'that much' or 'about X only'.

As far as location goes, Tokyo is ideal. (The speaker is only talking about Tokyo's location, not the weather, transport or prices, などなど。

As far as Tim is concerned the matter is resolved. (From Tim's point of view it is resolved.)
Q: What does your location has been conpromised mean?
A: To be compromised means to be in danger. But in this sentence it would mean something like - your location has been revealed. As in, your location is no longer a secret.
Q: What does brick-and-mortar location. mean?
A: A physical store location that you can walk inside of.
Q: What does the location leaves a lot to be desired, unless you happen to be a free-lance exotic dancer mean?
A: Free-lance exotic dancerだと違いますが、この場所は良くない。(欲しいこと / 不足 がたくさんある)
Q: What does location wise mean?
A: It means "the general location" of a person, place or thing. Example, "the cafe is near location wise" meaning, "The cafe is near by." Or Example 2: "This hotel is perfect! Location wise, all the attractions are within a short walk!"

Example sentences using "Location"

Q: Please show me example sentences with where ( not as locations but situations please ) .
A: I go to my uncle's home where I have to care my uncle.

Synonyms of "Location" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between location and locality ?
A: Mostly, locality is a word that pretentious people use to mean location. Sorry but it's the truth
Q: What is the difference between location and position ?
A: Location is where something, somewhere or someone is.

1. The location of the criminal is unknown.
2. That store has a location on 5th Street.
3. That's a strange location to put a house.

"Position" is often the angle/orientation of something. "Position" can be used instead of location. "Location" doesn't usually replace "Position" though.

2. This is our position on the map.
3. Can you pose in this position?
4. Her body is in a weird position. It looks uncomfortable.
Q: What is the difference between location and position and space ?
A: location is area. position is placement. space is the surrounding area.
Q: What is the difference between location and address ?
A: Address is referencing the particulars of place where either someone lives or a business is located.

"The house is on 123 Fake Street"

Location is referencing a specific place or position.

"The house's location is near a school"

"The location of the restaurant is near my job but I do not remember the address"

"The address of the restaurant is 123 Fake Street"
Q: What is the difference between "flying to [location]" and "flying out to [location]" ?
A: "flying out to" may make the location sound a little further but they are both the same.

Translations of "Location"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Which one is the most better?

where is the location of Hilton hotel?
what is the location of Hilton hotel?
where is Hilton hotel?
A: the last one is the most natural! However the first one would work to asking where it is!
The middle one doesn’t work so well!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? location
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? location
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? location decide krne baad Kya procedure hoga
A: What is procedure after decide the location

Other questions about "Location"

Q: I am just really hoping to get away from my current location.

Can I replace hoping by hope? If not, why?
A: You could use hope but it would have to look like this: “I hope to get away from my current location.” Hoping needs another verb (to be in this case) in order to know when the subject is “hoping”. Does that make sense?
Q: When referring to a location, which preposition should be used: "before" or "in front of"? What is the difference in nuance? Which one is more often used in the speech? For example: 1) I stand here before you... / He stood up before all these people... 2) This happened before my eyes/ or in front of me.
A: Both are used frequently and they're interchangeable (most of the time). "In front of" means something is in front of you. Whereas "before" means you're standing before something (in front of something). Aka, if I say "Peter is standing in front of me." Everyone will assume peter in standing before me, there's little to no nuance here.
Q: "you can find a round-up of locations where you can eat luxury local food in google" does this sound natural?
A: instead of round up you would use group so it would look like this. "You can find a group of locations where you can eat local luxury food on google." just a few little changes
Q: I would like to inform you that the location and venue of symposium has changed from Tokyo to HIroshima due to conflict during booking. does this sound natural?
A: I would say " the symposium" and "a conflict".
Q: リバウンドを取るのに最も良い場所はどこですか
Where is the best location to catch a rebund ball? does this sound natural?
A: Rebound.

Or “where are the best spots on the (basketball) court to catch a rebound?”

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

Latest words

Words similar to location

HiNative is a platform for users to exchange their knowledge about different languages and cultures. We cannot guarantee that every answer is 100% accurate.