[ UK /ˈɪnstɪtjˌuːt/ ]
[ US /ˈɪnstəˌtut/ ]
  1. an association organized to promote art or science or education
  1. advance or set forth in court
    institute proceedings
    bring charges
  2. set up or lay the groundwork for
    establish a new department
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How To Use institute In A Sentence

  • Researchers from the Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology of Henan Province in Zhengzhou found the flutes, crafted from the hollow ulnae (wing bones) of red-crowned crane, among fragments of 30 others at the Neolithic (ca. 8000-2000 B.C.) site of Jiahu in central Henan Province. Oldest Musical Instruments Still Play a Tune
  • The institute says that less than 1 per cent of households would willingly pay for the meters if they had a choice. Times, Sunday Times
  • The final question addressed was the need to institute a sensible programme for tourism.
  • The state of Michigan has endowed three institutes to do research for industry.
  • For example, the institute's Mountain Stewards coach national forest visitors on the fine points of low-impact recreation and camping.
  • He also set up a research institute to promote socialist policies. Times, Sunday Times
  • To study viral infections, Weitz teamed with postdoctoral fellow Yuriy Mileyko, graduate student Richard Joh and Eberhard Voit, who is a professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, the David D. Flanagan Chair Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Biological Systems and director of the new Integrative BioSystems Institute at Georgia Tech. Nearly all previous theoretical studies have claimed that switching between "lysis" and Innovations-report
  • Who instituted the National Lottery? Times, Sunday Times
  • According to the National Cancer Institute, asparagus is the food highest in glutathione, an important anticarcinogen. Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz
  • What Kerry said was absolutely accurate if the draft is again reinstituted…..simply put: if you are simply a high school graduate, you’ll be first drafted….fact! Think Progress » Feingold: We Should Challenge Generals Whose ‘Assessments…Were Wrong’
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