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Location vs. Occasion

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Locationnoun

A particular point or place in physical space.

Occasionnoun

A favorable opportunity; a convenient or timely chance.

Locationnoun

An act of locating.

Occasionnoun

The time when something happens.

‘At this point, she seized the occasion to make her own observation.’;

Locationnoun

(South Africa) An apartheid-era urban area populated by non-white people; township.

Occasionnoun

An occurrence or state of affairs which causes some event or reaction; a motive or reason.

‘I had no occasion to feel offended, however.’;

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Locationnoun

(legal) A leasing on rent.

Occasionnoun

Something which causes something else; a cause.

Locationnoun

A contract for the use of a thing, or service of a person, for hire.

Occasionnoun

(obsolete) An occurrence or incident.

Locationnoun

The marking out of the boundaries, or identifying the place or site of, a piece of land, according to the description given in an entry, plan, map, etc.

Occasionnoun

A particular happening; an instance or time when something occurred.

‘I could think of two separate occasions when she had deliberately lied to me.’; ‘a momentous occasion in the history of South Africa’;

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Locationnoun

The act or process of locating.

Occasionnoun

Need; requirement, necessity.

‘I have no occasion for firearms.’;

Locationnoun

Situation; place; locality.

Occasionnoun

A special event or function.

‘Having people round for dinner was always quite an occasion at our house.’;

Locationnoun

That which is located; a tract of land designated in place.

Occasionnoun

A reason or excuse; a motive; a persuasion.

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Locationnoun

A leasing on rent.

Occasionverb

(transitive) To cause; to produce; to induce

‘it is seen that the mental changes are occasioned by a change of polarity’;

Locationnoun

a point or extent in space

Occasionnoun

A falling out, happening, or coming to pass; hence, that which falls out or happens; occurrence; incident; event.

‘The unlooked-for incidents of family history, and its hidden excitements, and its arduous occasions.’;

Locationnoun

the act of putting something in a certain place or location

Occasionnoun

A favorable opportunity; a convenient or timely chance; convenience.

‘Sin, taking occasion by the commandment, deceived me.’; ‘I'll take the occasion which he gives to bringHim to his death.’;

Locationnoun

a determination of the location of something;

‘he got a good fix on the target’;

Occasionnoun

An occurrence or condition of affairs which brings with it some unlooked-for event; that which incidentally brings to pass an event, without being its efficient cause or sufficient reason; accidental or incidental cause.

‘Her beauty was the occasion of the war.’;

Locationnoun

a particular place or position

‘the property is set in a convenient location’;

Occasionnoun

Need; exigency; requirement; necessity; as, I have no occasion for firearms.

‘After we have served ourselves and our own occasions.’; ‘When my occasions took me into France.’;

Locationnoun

an actual place or natural setting in which a film or broadcast is made, as distinct from a simulation in a studio

‘the movie was filmed entirely on location’;

Occasionnoun

A reason or excuse; a motive; a persuasion.

‘Whose manner was, all passengers to stay,And entertain with her occasions sly.’;

Locationnoun

the action of locating someone or something

‘the location of new housing beyond the existing built-up areas’;

Occasionverb

To give occasion to; to cause; to produce; to induce; as, to occasion anxiety.

‘If we inquire what it is that occasions men to make several combinations of simple ideas into distinct modes.’;

Locationnoun

a position or address in computer memory.

Occasionnoun

an event that occurs at a critical time;

‘at such junctures he always had an impulse to leave’; ‘it was needed only on special occasions’;

Locationnoun

an area where black South Africans were obliged by apartheid laws to live, usually on the outskirts of a town or city. The term was later replaced by township.

Occasionnoun

a vaguely specified social event;

‘the party was quite an affair’; ‘an occasion arranged to honor the president’; ‘a seemingly endless round of social functions’;

Location

In geography, location or place are used to denote a region (point, line, or area) on Earth’s surface or elsewhere. The term location generally implies a higher degree of certainty than place, the latter often indicating an entity with an ambiguous boundary, relying more on human or social attributes of place identity and sense of place than on geometry.

Occasionnoun

reason;

‘there was no occasion for complaint’;

Occasionnoun

the time of a particular event;

‘on the occasion of his 60th birthday’;

Occasionnoun

an opportunity to do something;

‘there was never an occasion for her to demonstrate her skill’;

Occasionverb

give occasion to

Occasionnoun

a particular event, or the time at which it takes place

‘on one occasion I stayed up until two in the morning’;

Occasionnoun

a special or noteworthy event, ceremony, or celebration

‘she was presented with a gold watch to mark the occasion’; ‘Sunday lunch has a suitable sense of occasion about it’;

Occasionnoun

a suitable or opportune time for doing something

‘by-elections are traditionally an occasion for registering protest votes’;

Occasionnoun

reason; cause

‘it's the first time that I've had occasion to complain’;

Occasionverb

cause (something)

‘something vital must have occasioned this visit’; ‘his death occasioned her much grief’;

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