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Meaning & Definition of Establish in English

English

Establish

/ɪstæblɪʃ/

verb

1. Set up or found

  • "She set up a literacy program"
    synonym:
  • establish
  • ,
  • set up
  • ,
  • found
  • ,
  • launch

2. Set up or lay the groundwork for

  • "Establish a new department"
    synonym:
  • establish
  • ,
  • found
  • ,
  • plant
  • ,
  • constitute
  • ,
  • institute

3. Establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment

  • "The experiment demonstrated the instability of the compound"
  • "The mathematician showed the validity of the conjecture"
    synonym:
  • prove
  • ,
  • demonstrate
  • ,
  • establish
  • ,
  • show
  • ,
  • shew

4. Institute, enact, or establish

  • "Make laws"
    synonym:
  • lay down
  • ,
  • establish
  • ,
  • make

5. Bring about

  • "The trompe l'oeil-illusion establishes depth"
    synonym:
  • establish
  • ,
  • give

6. Place

  • "Her manager had set her up at the ritz"
    synonym:
  • install
  • ,
  • instal
  • ,
  • set up
  • ,
  • establish

7. Build or establish something abstract

  • "Build a reputation"
    synonym:
  • build
  • ,
  • establish

8. Use as a basis for

  • Found on
  • "Base a claim on some observation"
    synonym:
  • establish
  • ,
  • base
  • ,
  • ground
  • ,
  • found

Examples of using

Since he did not fit within any preexisting religion, he decided to establish his own.
Let's establish some ground rules.
You can't establish a company without people.