A place on the playing field, together with a set of duties, assigned to a player. (noun)
An amount of securities or commodities held by a person, firm, or institution. (noun)
To put into place. (verb)
Examples of word position
Obviously, the first problem with McCain position is that for years Alaskans have overwhelmingly favored drilling in ANWR.
And we let some of them in, sometimes with the unexamined conceit that any shift in position is a window into the candidate's lack of character, toughness or principle.
The change in position is much larger than the errors, showing it to be a real movement in an orbit!
The sheer arrogance of the McCain position is stunning; his inability to separate himself from the neoconservative extremists on any foreign policy issue raises major questions about his alleged foreign policy expertise.
As the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, he rightfully believed that the title position put his place in the uppity-stratospheric levels shared by other internationally famous, extremely wealthy and very powerful male WASP sports figures of his day (think Babe Ruth or John L. Sullivan).