place in a position or situation or location, place, position, locate, set, spot, put, install or instal:
Harwood is very well situated to learn what the high command is planning. The greenhouse should be situated on the south side of the house.
Advanced English Dictionary
[prep.] (formal) 1 to build or place sth in a particular position 2 to consider how an idea, event, etc. is related to other things that influence your view of it: Let me try and situate the events in their historical context.
Random quote: He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still.: Lao Tzu