To Set Up
To Assume A Stance, To Hold In Preparation
transitive verb, ichidan verb
The kanji itself means set up, so this means to set up, as in establishing something in an orderly manner.
This can also mean to assume a stance, like taking a fighting posture, or to hold in preparation, such as a weapon, while preparing to engage in a fight.
The reading is like 構う, so as long as you know that you know this too.
We will be setting up a shop in Ginza.
Try holding the camera with both hands and positioning it diagonally like this.
When you play poker it’s important to prepare patiently.
As both opponents positioned their fists in front of their chests, the starting bell of the match rang out.