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Re-establish



verb (used with object)
1.
to found, institute, build, or bring into being on a firm or stable basis:
to establish a university; to establish a medical practice.
2.
to install or settle in a position, place, business, etc.:
to establish one’s child in business.
3.
to show to be valid or true; prove:
to establish the facts of the matter.
4.
to cause to be accepted or recognized:
to establish a custom; She established herself as a leading surgeon.
5.
to bring about permanently:
to establish order.
6.
to enact, appoint, or ordain for permanence, as a law; fix unalterably.
7.
to make (a church) a national or state institution.
8.
Cards. to obtain control of (a suit) so that one can win all the subsequent tricks in it.
re-establish
verb (transitive)
1.
to establish (something) again: a fight to re-establish his authority
verb (usually transitive)
1.
to make secure or permanent in a certain place, condition, job, etc: to establish one’s usefulness, to establish a house
2.
to create or set up (an organization, etc) on or as if on a permanent basis: to establish a company
3.
to prove correct or free from doubt; validate: to establish a fact
4.
to cause (a principle, theory, etc) to be widely or permanently accepted: to establish a precedent
5.
to give (a Church) the status of a national institution
6.
(of a person) to become recognized and accepted: he established himself as a reliable GP
7.
(in works of imagination) to cause (a character, place, etc) to be credible and recognized: the first scene established the period
8.
(cards) to make winners of (the remaining cards of a suit) by forcing out opponents’ top cards
9.
(also intransitive) (botany)

to cause (a plant) to grow or (of a plant) to grow in a new place: the birch scrub has established over the past 25 years
to become or cause to become a sapling or adult plant from a seedling

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    verb (used with object) 1. to found, institute, build, or bring into being on a firm or stable basis: to establish a university; to establish a medical practice. 2. to install or settle in a position, place, business, etc.: to establish one’s child in business. 3. to show to be valid or true; prove: to […]

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  • Reestimated

    verb (used with object), estimated, estimating. 1. to form an approximate judgment or opinion regarding the worth, amount, size, weight, etc., of; calculate approximately: to estimate the cost of a college education. 2. to form an opinion of; judge. verb (used without object), estimated, estimating. 3. to make an estimate. noun 4. an approximate judgment […]



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