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Translation of "establish" - English-Spanish dictionary

establish

verb   /ɪˈstæb·lɪʃ/
to start a company or organization that will continue for a long time fundar The company was established in 1822.
(Definition of establish from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

establish

verb /iˈstӕbliʃ/
to settle firmly in a position (eg a job, business etc) establecer(se) He established himself (in business) as a jeweller.
to found; to set up (eg a university, a business) fundar How long has the firm been established?
to show to be true; to prove probar The police established that he was guilty.
established adjective
settled or accepted establecido established customs.
establishment noun
the act of establishing establecimiento the establishment of the United Nations in 1945.
an institution or organization institución All employees of this establishment get a bonus at New Year.
a person’s residence or household residencia a bachelor’s establishment.
the Establishment noun
the people and institutions that control power or are dominant in a society and stick to traditions; one of these institutions el sistema The hippies rebelled against the Establishment the political/literary establishment.
(Definition of establish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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