well-established

  • 1 well-established — well es tablished adj something that is well established has existed for a long time and is respected or trusted by people ▪ a well established law firm ▪ a well established scientific theory …

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  • 2 well-established — well es tablished adjective having existed for a long time, and having been successful or accepted for a long time: a well established company/hotel a well established practice/principle/tradition: It was a well established tradition until the… …

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  • 3 well established — ˌwell eˈstablished [well established] adjective having a respected position, because of being successful, etc. over a long period • a well established firm • He is now well established in his career …

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  • 4 well established — index fixed (settled) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5 well-established — index ingrained, solid (sound) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6 well-established — also well established ADJ GRADED If you say that something is well established, you mean that it has been in existence for quite a long time and is successful. The University has a well established tradition of welcoming postgraduate students… …

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  • 7 well-established — UK / US adjective having existed for a long time, and having been successful or accepted for a long time a well established company/hotel a well established practice/principle/tradition: It was a well established tradition until the turn of the… …

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  • 8 well-established — /ˈwɛl əstæblɪʃt/ (say wel uhstablisht) adjective 1. having a reliable reputation, often of some years standing, and an apparently stable and successful future: *By this time anthropological studies of the Aboriginal were already well established… …

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  • 9 well-established — /wel i stab lisht/, adj. permanently founded; settled; firmly set: a well established business; a well established habit. [1700 10] * * * …

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  • 10 well-established — /wel i stab lisht/, adj. permanently founded; settled; firmly set: a well established business; a well established habit. [1700 10] …

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  • 11 well-established — adjective established for a long time and respected: a well established law firm …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 12 well-established — adj. Well established is used with these nouns: ↑convention, ↑method, ↑tradition …

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  • 13 well established — see well established …

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  • 14 well established — well founded, has a secure basis …

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  • 15 well-established — well′ estab′lished adj …

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  • 16 well-established — adj 1. fixed, set, rooted, grounded, ingrained, entrenched, inveterate; long established, established, longstanding, of long standing, traditional; venerable, time honored, hallowed, immemorial. 2. stable, steady, sound, sturdy; dependable,… …

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  • 17 well-es|tab|lished — «WEHL uh STAB lihsht», adjective. firmly established in being or acceptance: »a well established belief, family, or business …

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  • 18 well-primed — well established, has a firm base …

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  • 19 well-grounded — Synonyms and related words: adamantine, admissible, authoritative, binding, bulky, calculable, cogent, confirmed, consistent, credible, deep dyed, deep engraven, deep fixed, deep grounded, deep laid, deep rooted, deep seated, deep set, deep… …

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  • 20 well-set — Synonyms and related words: able bodied, athletic, balanced, brawny, broad shouldered, burly, coequal, confirmed, coordinate, deep dyed, deep engraven, deep fixed, deep grounded, deep laid, deep rooted, deep seated, deep set, deep settled, dyed… …

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