Correct spelling for the English word "orientation" is [ˌɔː_ɹ_iə_n_t_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n], [ˌɔːɹi͡əntˈe͡ɪʃən], [ˌɔːɹi‍əntˈe‍ɪʃən]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of ORIENTATION

  1. The faculty or process of judging of the relative position of objects in space. [Lat.]


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Usage Examples for ORIENTATION

  1. To the contrary, the United Mine Workers Union which had been organized on an industry- wide basis rather than a craft basis had encouraged the participation of Negroes within the union since at least 1890. In 1935, several union leaders, led by John L. Lewis of the United Mine Workers, decided that the union movement must break away from its craft orientation and begin to organize the new mass production industries on an industry- wide basis. - "The Black Experience in America The Immigrant Heritage of America" by Norman Coombs
  2. Dense tropical forests, almost impenetrable to the eye, closed in upon the road, and when the sea- breeze was cut off and the sun stood vertically overhead, we lost all means of orientation and could hardly guess in what direction we were going. - "Campaigning in Cuba" by George Kennan
  3. This gave him an advantage in fighting, in fishing, and in stalking meat, for a grizzly's right arm is longer than his left- so much longer that if he lost his sixth sense of orientation he would be constantly travelling in a circle. - "The Grizzly King" by James Oliver Curwood
  4. Then there's the question of orientation. - "The Flying Saucers are Real" by Donald Keyhoe
  5. The orientation of the dolmens varied considerably, but the cover- slab was never placed in such a way that its length ran up the hill- slope, probably because in moving the slab into place this would have been an awkward position. - "Rough Stone Monuments and Their Builders" by T. Eric Peet