Is it co located or collocated? But the Oxford Dictionaries website spells it “colocate” in American English and “co-locate” in British English. For Yanks, the sharing of a location is “with someone (or something) else.” For Brits, it’s only “with something else.” The verb is intransitive, though, on both sides of the Atlantic, according to Oxford.
What does it mean to be co located? Definition of colocate
: to locate (two or more things) together or be located together: such as. a transitive : to cause (two or more things) to be in the same place or close together They [fog signals] are usually co-located with another form of aid such as a light … —
How do you spell co-location?
- place together;
- put in place or arrange;
- (of words) be used together routinely.
What is the example of co-location? I need to make the bed every day. My son does his homework after dinner.