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install

verb /inˈstoːl/
to put in place ready for use
instalar
When was the telephone/electricity installed (in this house)?
to put (a thing, oneself or another person) in a place or position
instalar(se), colocar(se)
He was installed as president yesterday They soon installed themselves in the new house.
installation /instəˈleiʃən/ noun the act of installing
instalación
software installation.
a piece of equipment that has been installed
instalación
The cooker, fridge, and other electrical installations are all in working order.
instalment noun one payment out of a number of payments into which an amount of money, especially a debt, is divided
plazo
The new carpet is being paid for by monthly instalments.
a part of a story that is printed one part at a time eg in a weekly magazine, or read in parts on the radio
entrega, episodio
Did you hear the final instalment last week?
(Definition of install from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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