Translation of establishment in Spanish:
- 1 uncountable 1.1 (of colony, business)(of position, bridgehead)(of committee)Example sentences1.2 (of criteria, relations)
- Wahid proposed the establishment of an independent monitoring commission to work toward peace, but was ousted in July 2001.
- The Council recommended the establishment of an independent tribunal, plus further rights of appeal.
- Preventing the establishment of a state religion is quite clearly a permissible goal under Locke.
- 2 countable (club, hotel, shop) military establishmentsinstalaciones (feminine plural) militaresExample sentences
- There are more than 1.1 million retail establishments across the country, an average of one every three square miles.
- Product mix and how a retail establishment looks play huge roles in attracting customers.
- It's very nice that your establishment requires their staff to dress up for Halloween.
- 3 3.1the Establishment (people who preserve the accepted order)(before noun) Establishment attitudes/valuesla clase dirigenteel establishment3.2 (ruling group) See examples: the literary establishmentlas actitudes/los valores de la clase dirigentethe medical establishmentlas figuras consagradas del mundo literarioel establishment dentro de la profesión médica
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