verb (used with object)
to place in position or connect for service or use: to install a heating system;
to install software on a computer.
to establish in an office, position, or place:
to install oneself in new quarters.
to induct into an office or the like with ceremonies or formalities.
verb (transitive) -stalls, -stalling, -stalled, -stals, -stalling, -stalled
to place (machinery, equipment, etc) in position and connect and adjust for use
to transfer (computer software) from a distribution file to a permanent location on disk, and prepare it for its particular environment and application
to put in a position, rank, etc
to settle (a person, esp oneself) in a position or state: she installed herself in an armchair
early 15c., “place in (ecclesiastical) office by seating in an official stall,” from Medieval Latin installare, from Latin in- “in” (see in- (2)) + Medieval Latin stallum “stall,” from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German stal “standing place;” see stall (n.1)). Related: Installed; installing.
- Installable file system
operating system (IFS or “File System Driver”, “FSD”) An API that allows you to extend OS/2 to access files stored on disk in formats other than FAT and HPFS, and access files that are stored on a network file server. For example an IFS could provide programs running under OS/2 (including DOS and Windows programs) […]
/ɪnˈstɔːlənt/ noun 1.
[in-stuh-ley-shuh n] /ˌɪn stəˈleɪ ʃən/ noun 1. something , as machinery or apparatus placed in position or connected for use. 2. the act of . 3. the fact of being . 4. Military. any more or less permanent post, camp, station, base, or the like, for the support or carrying on of military activities. /ˌɪnstəˈleɪʃən/ […]
noun 1. art that is created, constructed, or installed on the site where it is exhibited, often incorporating materials or physical features on the site.