Definition of Position. Meaning of Position. Synonyms of Position

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Definition of Position

Position
Position Po*si"tion, v. t. To indicate the position of; to place. [R.] --Encyc. Brit.

Meaning of Position from wikipedia

- Look up position in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Position often refers to: Position (geometry), the spatial location (rather than orientation) of...
- The missionary position or man-on-top position is a **** position in which, generally, a woman lies on her back and spreads her legs and a man lies on...
- A **** position is a positioning of the bodies that people use to engage in ****ual intercourse or other ****ual activities. ****ual acts are generally described...
- Woman on top is any **** position in which the woman is on top of her ****ual partner during ****ual activity. The position most commonly ****ociated with...
- Sixty-nine or 69 is a **** position in which two people align themselves so that each person's mouth is near the other's genitals so that each partner can...
- race, the pole position is usually the best and "statistically the most advantageous" starting position on the track. The pole position is usually earned...
- The Third Position is a set of neo-fascist political ideologies that were first described in Western Europe following the Second World War. Developed in...
- Fetal position (British English: also foetal) is the positioning of the body of a prenatal fetus as it develops. In this position, the back is curved...
- players on court per team, each ****igned to positions. Historically, these players have been ****igned to positions defined by the role they play on the court...
- The spreadeagle (also spelled spread eagle or spread-eagle) is the position in which a person has their arms outstretched and legs apart, figuratively...