[ UK /ɪstˈæblɪʃt/ ]
[ US /ɪˈstæbɫɪʃt/ ]
[ US /ɪˈstæbɫɪʃt/ ]
- introduced from another region and persisting without cultivation
shown to be valid beyond a reasonable doubt
the established facts in the case
settled securely and unconditionally
that smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact
brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established
distrust the constituted authority
an established precedent
enjoyed his prestige as an established writer
the established Church
the established social order
a team established as a member of a major league
conforming with accepted standards
a conventional view of the world
How To Use established In A Sentence
- An established order of seeing, of understanding, of ruling, is simply exploded - the Modernist spirit asserts itself.
- Between 1906 and 1907, this wide-ranging businessman established steam-powered tramways in various localities across Japan.
- The value of individual liberty is not absolute, but is subject to the authority of established government.
- A spokesman said: ‘Following a further complaint, visits to the tea room this year established the conditions of the licence had again been broken.’
- It was not just established states that were eager narrowly to define the right of self-determination as a right end colonial status.
- In year 2000, central government established the "going out" strategy which is equally important as and to accelerate each other with the " brining in" strategy.
- A seven-member board was established to oversee the start-up and operation of slots.
- A similar attempt at reconciling Absolute Idealism and monadism had been made by Lotze, and in both cases it remains an open question whether this is not pre-established harmony in disguise. Francis Herbert Bradley
- French-headquartered RFID card, ticket and reader provider announced this week that ASK-intTag, a joint venture it established with Wisconsin-based label converter RFID Update
- The party established a de facto political cartel that excluded other parties from power.