Meaning of locational in English:

locational

adjective

See location

‘Therefore all topographical renditions could be more accurately termed autotopographical, a term which would recognise the act of locational interpretation involved in all productions and reproductions of landscapes.’
  • ‘There is an emerging spatial strategy in Ireland, and increasing acceptance of the need for strategic locational planning.’
  • ‘These infrastructures all serve the fundamental purpose of distributing resources over wider areas, and therefore of reducing or removing previous locational dependencies among human activities.’
  • ‘We would like the Scottish executive to take action to give locational guidance to developers to avoid this kind of conflict.’
  • ‘Presently, because of inadequate draft and cargo handling infrastructure, and partly due to locational disadvantages, mainline vessels often skip Indian ports.’