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well established

adjective uk   us  
having a recognized position, or being generally known about: The rules, though not written down, are fairly well established. World Music is now well established and popular with mass audiences.
Translations of “well established”
in Chinese (Traditional) 得到確認的, 公認的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 得到确认的, 公认的…
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