Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1.1(expert/company) de reconocido prestigio(star) de renombre(reputation) sólidoinflation is now established as a permanent feature of the economy — la inflación se ha convertido en un factor permanentemente presente en la economía
- 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.
- Why this was not an already established practice is a mystery to critics.
- Great store was placed on the retention of previously established practices and it was deliberate policy to foster traditional loyalties.
- They offer more hardware and warranty per dollar than do the more established brands.
- Free trade, like free love, poses a threat to the established order.
1.2(customary, accepted)(practice) establecidoa long-established tradition — una tradición de mucho arraigo
1.3(proven)(fact) comprobadoit is now established beyond all doubt that … — está comprobado / se ha establecido fuera de toda duda que …
- 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.