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institutenoun [C]

uk   /ˈɪn.stɪ.tjuːt/  us   /-tuːt/
B2 an organization where people do a particular type of scientific, educational, or social work, or the buildings that it uses: the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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instituteverb [T]

uk   /ˈɪn.stɪ.tjuːt/  us   /-tuːt/ formal
to start or cause a system, rule, legal action, etc. to exist: She is threatening to institute legal proceedings against the hospital.
Translations of “institute”
in Arabic مَعْهَد…
in Korean 기관…
in Malaysian institusi…
in French institut…
in Turkish enstitü, kurum…
in Italian istituto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 研究所, 學院…
in Russian институт…
in Polish instytut…
in Vietnamese Viện Nghiên cứu…
in Spanish instituto…
in Portuguese instituto…
in Thai สถาบัน…
in German das Institut…
in Catalan institut…
in Japanese 研究所…
in Indonesian institut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 研究所, 学院…
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