localise

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locate; "The film is set in Africa"
restrict something to a particular area
{f} confine to a particular place; collect in particular place; (Genetics) identify the location of; determine the specific location of a gene within a DNA strand (also localize)
concentrate on a particular place or spot; "The infection has localized in the left eye"
identify the location or place of; "We localized the source of the infection"
To make local; to fix in, or assign to, a definite place - H. Spencer, Wordsworth
localize
To make local; to fix in, or assign to, a definite place
localize
To adapt a product for use in a particular country or region, typically by translating text into the language of that country or region and, if necessary, ensuring support of different character sets

We need to localize our software for the Japanese market.

localised
past of localise
localised
made local or oriented locally; "a decentralized and localized political authority"
localised
confined or restricted to a particular location; "the localized infection formed a definite abscess"
localised
{s} made local; confined to a particular place; concentrated in particular location (also localized)
localize
identify the location or place of; "We localized the source of the infection"
localize
restrict something to a particular area concentrate on a particular place or spot; "The infection has localized in the left eye
localize
To adapt an application to work under various local conditions-especially to have it use a language selected by the user Localization entails freeing application code from language-specific and culture-specific references and making it able to import localized resources (such as character strings, images, and sounds) For example, an application localized in Spanish would display "Salir" in the application menu In Italian, it would be "Esci," in German "Verlassen," and in English "Quit "
localize
Determination of the original position (locus) of a gene or other marker on a chromosome
localize
{f} confine to a particular place; collect in particular place; (Genetics) identify the location of; determine the specific location of a gene within a DNA strand (also localise)
localize
If you localize something, you limit the size of the area that it affects and prevent it from spreading. Few officers thought that a German-Czech war could be localized. = limit
localize
Determination of the original position (locus) of a gene or other marker on a chromosome Source : Human Genome Project Information
localize
restrict something to a particular area
localize
lo·cal·ize localizes localizing localized in BRIT, also use localise1. If you localize something, you identify precisely where it is. Examine the painful area carefully in an effort to localize the most tender point. = identify
localize
To adapt an application to work under various local conditionsespecially to have it use a language selected by the user Localization entails freeing application code from language-specific and culture-specific references and making it able to import localized resources (such as character strings, images, and sounds) For example, an application localized in Spanish would display “Salir” in the application menu In Italian, it would be “Esci,” in German “Verlassen,” and in English “Quit ”
localize
To make local; to fix in, or assign to, a definite place - H. Spencer, Wordsworth
localize
concentrate on a particular place or spot; "The infection has localized in the left eye"
localize
locate; "The film is set in Africa"
localise
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