Oriented: the American poor-relative of the English 'orientated'; to rotate an object through any plane to align in any given angle; to have bias of political, religious or sexual tendencies; any leanings or sympathies to any such beliefs. Derived from such activity as 'orienteering', using map and compass, from a given point to any other, using 'way-finding' to arrive at that given point
'He was oriented (US) orientated (Eng) towards the party for civil liberties', or 'The airplane (US) aeroplane (Eng) was oriented (US) orientated (Eng) toward south (US) towards the south (Eng)'
1) verb. To have sexual relations with one of asian descent.

2) adj. Used to indicate heavy asian influence or representation.
1) I spent all last night getting oriented!

2) Man, that bar was really oriented.
by JWS April 21, 2005
As with previous entry:

oriented - (Wiktionary en.wiktionary.org/wiki/oriented)‎
'Adjective: oriented (comparative more oriented, superlative most oriented). having a specific orientation'
Oriented (US): having a specific orientation (Eng)
one who charts the physical whereabouts of asians or acts as a divinator of things asian.
i'm looking for a thai restaurant. is there an orienteer in the house?
by lexicali slim September 15, 2009
The illiterate way to say "oriented." While technically a word, you sound like a moron when you say it.
Annoying used car huckster in Phoenix, heard recently on the radio: "We're customer orientated..."
by workinglate February 7, 2006
Orienteering is a running sport involving navigation with a map and compass.
I'm going orienteering today.
by K90 June 15, 2007
The non-existent plot of land your racist grandfather thinks Asian-American (“Oriental”) people should have to live and work on.
I tell you what Chuck, why we gotta trade with them Chinese when we got perfectly good orientations right here?!”
by itsokimaginger December 5, 2018