Translation of established in Spanish:

established

Pronunciation: /ɪˈstæblɪʃt/

adj

  • 1 1.1 [expert/company] de reconocido prestigio; [star] de renombre; [reputation] sólido inflation is now established as a permanent feature of the economy la inflación se ha convertido en un factor permanentemente presente en la economía 1.2 (customary, accepted) [practice] establecido a long-established tradition una tradición de mucho arraigo
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    • As a firmly established principle of Community law it may be used to challenge Community action and also State action.
    • It includes work from emerging and more established artists from across Europe.
    • Other, more established artists who get marginalized at larger conventions got the star attention they deserve.
    1.3 (proven) [fact] comprobado it is now established beyond all doubt that … está comprobado or se ha establecido fuera de toda duda que …
  • 2 [church/religion] oficial
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    • The disestablishment of the Church is not a radical proposal; an established Church is an anachronism.
    • So even setting aside the religious or constitutional objections to an established church and a national religion of any kind, the case for disestablishment on this premise alone is as valid as it was a century ago.
    • He believed in religious toleration but supported an established church, the Anglican Communion.

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