Establish [verb]

Definition of Establish:

set up, organize

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Sentence/Example of Establish:

It led a successful campaign to reduce the pollution caused by coal-fired power plants in the US, helped limit the US power sector’s CO2 emissions, and helped establish regulations of diesel, shipping, and methane emissions.

It can never become mathematics, because those values aren’t fixed or established.

Having established itself as one of the leading e-commerce players in India, Amazon is now casting a wider net in the country.

Take advantage of that to consciously establish the new habits you actually want.

Investor groups commit to establishing lasting relationships with founders in the program and to uphold accountability for representation within their organizations and their investment portfolios.

By rejecting the outdated model of private utility ownership and establishing a public energy utility, San Diego has the power to provide fairer rates, make equitable investments and transition to a 100 percent renewable grid.

By looking at the measurements on their shared channels any two users can establish a quantum key between each other, allowing them to communicate securely.

In fact, she used Instagram exclusively for the first nine months of her business, Max McQueen Photo, as she built out her website and established her online presence.

Luxury hotels know that proprietary touches establish an elevated experience for guests.

Zandvliet relied on family letters, rather actual medical documents, to establish that a child had a history of autoimmune disease.