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abdicate to officially give up a position of power or a right.
adjust to bring to a better state or position; make fit. [1/3 definitions]
advance to raise in rank or position. [1/8 definitions]
advancement a move to a higher or better position or rank. [1/2 definitions]
advantage a better chance or position; upper hand. [1/2 definitions]
ahead forward; toward a further time or position. [1/3 definitions]
aim to point or position. [1/6 definitions]
angle1 a position or point of view. [1/4 definitions]
appointment a position held by one who is appointed. [1/3 definitions]
aristocracy a class of people who have a high social position because of the family they are born into. Members of the aristocracy are usually richer and have more privileges than other members of society. [2 definitions]
array to put in order or position; organize or arrange. [1/5 definitions]
assignment a position for which one is chosen. [1/3 definitions]
associate having a position with less power, rank, or status. [1/6 definitions]
assumption a taking on of a duty, role, or position. [1/2 definitions]
at ease a standing position in the military. When at ease, soldiers may relax but must stay in place and cannot talk.
attitude position of the body. [1/2 definitions]
audition to try out for a role or position by performing. [1/3 definitions]
be to occupy a certain place or position. [1/8 definitions]
bearing (often plural) position in relation to other things; sense of direction. [1/4 definitions]
behind at a stage or position less advanced than. [1/7 definitions]
bench the position or job of being a judge. [1/4 definitions]