Translation of establecer in English:
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 1.1 [colonia] to establish; [campamento] to set up estableció su residencia en Mónaco he took up residence in Monaco 1.2 [relaciones/comunicaciones/contacto] to establish 1.3 [dictadura] to establish, set up
- 2 (dejar sentado) 2.1 [criterios/bases] to establish, lay down; [precio] to fix, set conviene dejar establecido que … we should make it clear that … establecer un precedente to establish o/or set a precedent 2.2 [formal] [ley/reglamento] (disponer) to state, establish como se establece en la Constitución as laid down o/or established in the Constitution tres veces el precio establecido por la ley three times the legal price 2.3 [uso] to establish; [moda] to set 2.4 [récord/marca] to set
- 3 (determinar) to establish no se ha podido establecer qué fue lo que ocurrió it has been impossible to ascertain o/or establish exactly what happened
verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (establecerse)
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