|part of speech:
||the act or process of orienting, or the condition of being oriented.
||the act or process of familiarizing and adjusting oneself or others to a new environment or situation.
an orientation for new employees
||the direction taken by a tendency, habit, pattern of thought, or preference.
This preschool has a religious orientation.
||in psychology, one's perception of oneself and one's place in relation to other people and one's surroundings.
||location or positioning, or a particular positioning, with respect to the points of the compass.
||accommodation, attitude, bearing, direction, trend