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 is the meaning of co-location? Colocation (business), the placement of several entities in a single location. Colocation centre, a data center where companies can rent equipment, space, and bandwidth for computing services, known as colocation services.
What is the example of co-location? I need to make the bed every day. My son does his homework after dinner.
Is co-location hyphenated? The varied definitions isn’t too surprising. This word has only been around since the sixties and hyphens are almost always problematic. In actual usage, we found that the hyphen spelling is found in and outside the United States and is, in fact, the more preferred form. The noun form is colocation or co-location.