Reestablish



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.
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 […]

  • Reestablished

    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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