establish


establish
1) набирать (требуемое значение, величину); выходить на (требуемое значение параметра)
The heater will not restart until sufficient flow has been established Нагреватель не включается снова до набора достаточной величины расхода
2) формулировать (напр., принципы, требования)
3) составлять; разрабатывать; вырабатывать
Clear guidelines should be established for test water that is to be treated with chemicals Необходимо выработать четкие рекомендации для [ удаления] оп-рессовочной воды, подлежащей обработке химреагентами
4) учреждать; формировать (напр., специализированную группу)
5) (перен.) выбирать (в знач. устанавливать, назначать)
The bases for establishing design stress values for bolting materials in this Code are as follows В настоящих Правилах установлены следующие критерии выбора значений расчетных напряжений для материала крепежа
6) устанавливаться (напр., о стационарном режиме)
7) назначать (в знач. устанавливать, выбирать)
establish pilot set pressure назначить установочное давление импульсного клапана
8) вырабатывать
The owner of a piping installation shall have overall responsibility for establishing the requirements for design and construction Владелец трубопроводной системы несет всю полноту ответственности за выработку требований к проектированию и производству работ
9) организовывать
Nominally, two intra-module audio channels will be established between A and В В штатной ситуации между А и В организуются два канала межмодульной голосовой связи
10) заводить (медицинскую карту, книжку)
11) показывать что-л. в свете чего-л.

English-Russian dictionary of scientific and technical difficulties vocabulary. . 2007.

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  • establish — es·tab·lish vt 1: to institute (as a law) permanently by enactment or agreement we the people of the United States...do ordain and establish this Constitution U.S. Constitution preamble 2: to make firm or stable 3: to bring into existence …   Law dictionary

  • establish — es‧tab‧lish [ɪˈstæblɪʆ] verb [transitive] COMMERCE to start a company, organization, system etc that is intended to exist for a long time: • My grandfather established the family business in 1938. * * * establish UK US /ɪˈstæblɪʃ/ verb ► [T,… …   Financial and business terms

  • establish — [ə stab′lish, istab′lish] vt. [ME establissen < extended stem of OFr establir < L stabilire < stabilis, STABLE1] 1. to make stable; make firm; settle [to establish a habit] 2. to order, ordain, or enact (a law, statute, etc.) permanently …   English World dictionary

  • Establish — Es*tab lish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Established}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Establishing}.] [OE. establissen, OF. establir, F. [ e]tablir, fr. L. stabilire, fr. stabilis firm, steady, stable. See {Stable}, a., { ish}, and cf. {Stablish}.] 1. To make stable… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • establish — late 14c., from O.Fr. establiss , prp. stem of establir (12c., Mod.Fr. établir) cause to stand still, establish, stipulate, set up, erect, build, from L. stabilire make stable, from stabilis stable (see STABLE (Cf. stable) (2)). For initial e ,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • establish — [v1] set up, organize authorize, base, build, constitute, create, decree, domiciliate, enact, endow, ensconce, entrench, erect, fix, form, found, ground, implant, inaugurate, inculcate, install, institute, land, lay foundation, live, lodge, moor …   New thesaurus

  • establish — 1 *set, settle, fix Analogous words: implant, inculcate, instill: *secure, rivet, anchor, moor Antonyms: uproot (a tree, a habit, a practice): abrogate (a right, a privilege, a quality) Contrasted words: eradicate, extirpate, wipe, *exterminate2… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • establish — ► VERB 1) set up on a firm or permanent basis. 2) initiate or bring about. 3) (be established) be settled or accepted in a particular place or role. 4) show to be true or certain by determining the facts. 5) (established) recognized by the state… …   English terms dictionary

  • establish — verb 1 start/create sth ADVERB ▪ initially, originally ▪ The Internet was originally established by scientists to share information. ▪ formally ▪ The League was formally established in 1920 …   Collocations dictionary

  • establish */*/*/ — UK [ɪˈstæblɪʃ] / US verb [transitive] Word forms establish : present tense I/you/we/they establish he/she/it establishes present participle establishing past tense established past participle established 1) a) to make something start to exist or… …   English dictionary

  • establish — es|tab|lish W1S3 [ıˈstæblıʃ] v [T] [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: establir, from Latin stabilire to make firm ] 1.) to start a company, organization, system, etc that is intended to exist or continue for a long time = ↑found ▪ The city… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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