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Establish vs. Stablish

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Establishverb

(transitive) To make stable or firm; to confirm.

Stablishverb

(archaic) To establish.

Establishverb

(transitive) To form; to found; to institute; to set up in business.

Stablishverb

To settle permanently in a state; to make firm; to establish; to fix.

Establishverb

(transitive) To appoint or adopt, as officers, laws, regulations, guidelines, etc.; to enact; to ordain.

Stablishverb

archaic form of establish

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Establishverb

(transitive) To prove and cause to be accepted as true; to establish a fact; to demonstrate.

Establishverb

To make stable or firm; to fix immovably or firmly; to set (a thing) in a place and make it stable there; to settle; to confirm.

‘So were the churches established in the faith.’; ‘The best established tempers can scarcely forbear being borne down.’; ‘Confidence which must precede union could be established only by consummate prudence and self-control.’;

Establishverb

To appoint or constitute for permanence, as officers, laws, regulations, etc.; to enact; to ordain.

‘By the consent of all, we were establishedThe people's magistrates.’; ‘Now, O king, establish the decree, and sign the writing, that it be not changed.’;

Establishverb

To originate and secure the permanent existence of; to found; to institute; to create and regulate; - said of a colony, a state, or other institutions.

‘He hath established it [the earth], he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited.’; ‘Woe to him that buildeth a town with blood, and establisheth a city by iniquity!’;

Establishverb

To secure public recognition in favor of; to prove and cause to be accepted as true; as, to establish a fact, usage, principle, opinion, doctrine, etc.

‘At the mouth of two witnesses, or at the mouth of three witnesses, shall the matter be established.’;

Establishverb

To set up in business; to place advantageously in a fixed condition; - used reflexively; as, he established himself in a place; the enemy established themselves in the citadel.

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Establishverb

set up or found;

‘She set up a literacy program’;

Establishverb

set up or lay the groundwork for;

‘establish a new department’;

Establishverb

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’;

Establishverb

institute, enact, or establish;

‘make laws’;

Establishverb

bring about;

‘The trompe l'oeil-illusion establishes depth’;

Establishverb

place;

‘Her manager had set her up at the Ritz’;

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Establishverb

use as a basis for; found on;

‘base a claim on some observation’;

Establishverb

build or establish something abstract;

‘build a reputation’;

Establishverb

set up on a firm or permanent basis

‘the scheme was established in 1975’;

Establishverb

initiate or bring about (contact or communication)

‘the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1992’;

Establishverb

achieve permanent acceptance or recognition for

‘he had established himself as a film star’; ‘the principle of the supremacy of national parliaments needs to be firmly established’;

Establishverb

introduce (a character, set, or location) into a film or play and allow its identification

‘establish the location with a wide shot’;

Establishverb

show (something) to be true or certain by determining the facts

‘the police established that the two passports were forgeries’;

Establishverb

ensure that one's remaining cards in (a suit) will be winners (if not trumped) by playing off the high cards in that suit

‘the right plan would be to establish dummy's diamonds’;

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