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oriented (comparative more oriented, superlative most oriented)

  1. Having a specific orientation (positioning or direction).
    During assembly, keep the tab oriented toward the slot that it will later enter.
  2. (often with with or in) Having had an orientation (an introduction to a topic or place).
    They are now oriented with the main campus.
    I am no expert in geometry, but I am suitably oriented in it.
  3. (geometry, topology) In any of various technical senses, admitting or being equipped with a notion of handedness (i.e. of distinguishing clockwise and anticlockwise). See   Orientability on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

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  1. simple past and past participle of orient

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  1. ^ “oriented”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[1], 2006 June 30 (last accessed), archived from the original on 1 November 2001

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