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establish

US [ɪˈstæblɪʃ]
UK [ɪ'stæblɪʃ]
  • v.建立;确立;设立;确定
  • Web创办;创建;使开业
Simple Present:establishes  Present Participle:establishing  Past Tense:established  
Establish
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v.
1.
~ sth
建立;创立;设立to start or create an organization, a system, etc. that is meant to last for a long time
The committee was established in 1912.
这个委员会创立于 1912 年。
The new treaty establishes a free trade zone.
新条约设立了自由贸易区。
2.
~ sth
建立(尤指正式关系)to start having a relationship, especially a formal one, with another person, group or country
The school has established a successful relationship with the local community.
这所学校与当地社区建立了良好的关系。
3.
~ sb/sth/yourself (in sth) (as sth)
确立;使立足;使稳固to hold a position for long enough or succeed in sth well enough to make people accept and respect you
By then she was established as a star.
那时她作为明星的地位已经确立。
He has just set up his own business but it will take him a while to get established .
他刚建立起自己的公司,但要站稳脚跟还得花上一段时间。
4.
~ sth
使…获得接受;使…得到认可to make people accept a belief, claim, custom etc.
It was this campaign that established the paper's reputation.
正是这场运动确立了这家报纸的声誉。
Traditions get established over time.
传统是随着时间的推移而得到认可的。
5.
查实;确定;证实to discover or prove the facts of a situation
Police are still trying to establish the cause of the accident.
警方仍在努力确定事故的原因。
They have established that his injuries were caused by a fall.
他们已经证实他是摔伤的。
We need to establish where she was at the time of the shooting.
我们需要查实枪击发生时她在何处。
It has since been established that the horse was drugged.
此后便证实那匹马被注射了兴奋剂。

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