• VerbeSGestablishesPRestablishingPT, PPestablishedSUF-ish
    1. VT To make stable or firm; to confirm.
      1. Once it [a snowdrop variety] became established, some bulbs were lifted and passed on to be chipped (i.e. cut into small pieces and grown on).
    2. VT To form; to found; to institute; to set up in business.
      1. VT To appoint or adopt, as officers, laws, regulations, guidelines, etc.; to enact; to ordain.
        1. By some paradoxical evolution rancour and intolerance have been established in the vanguard of primitive Christianity. Mrs. Spoker, in common with many of the stricter disciples of righteousness, was as inclement in demeanour as she was cadaverous in aspect.
      2. VT To prove and cause to be accepted as true; to establish a fact; to demonstrate.
      3. Plus d'exemples
        1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
          • To narrow down the region that contains the genetic loci involved in the aggression-eliciting effects on Chr 15, we established a panel of subconsomic strains of MSM Chr 15.
          • The power struggle to establish Kim Il Sung as the sole leader in North Korea took almost a decade, entailing a series of bitter factional infights.
          • The present interest of this type of lines and its nonembryonic origin is the possibility of establishing specific lines of deficient patients for clinical research.

      Meaning of establish for the defined word.

      Grammaticalement, ce mot "establish" est un verbe, plus spécifiquement, un verbes transitif.
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        Définition: Niveau 8
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        1. en established
        2. fr establishment
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        5. en establisht