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I dragged myself into a sitting position.
First, get yourself into a comfortable position.
The position is that all new residents are assessed by a social worker.
Place the plant in a bright sunny position.
Here is a chart showing the positions of the planets.
No one was sure of his position on any issue.
Do you expect the government to take a position one way or another on this legislation?
The agency takes the position that the government's specifications were deficient.
Such behaviour was clearly not acceptable for someone in a position of authority.
He had seriously abused his position as a doctor by releasing patients' personal details.
There are two positional changes to the team.
This is the British English definition of position. View American English definition of position.
a sweet brown food eaten as a sweet or used for flavouring other food