use latitude in a sentence
1. [verb] An imaginary line around the Earth parallel to the equator;
We need the latitude and longitude coordinates of your ship in order to locate you more quickly.
It accessed its own GPS to determine the latitude and longitude coordinates of my location.
The sun doesn’t really rise and set at this latitude and time of year.
There are websites you go to, just give them your latitude and longitude, and they give you times.
2. [verb] Scope for freedom of e.g. action or thought; freedom from restriction;
We tried to give Tom total latitude and authority. The team was his to manage.
“The man gave his children considerable latitude in how they spend their free time.
we have to widen our latitude in that area.
She will give him some latitude in questioning them, but certainly she won’t let him traumatize a witness.