English - Vietnamese Dictionary
institute /'institju:t/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- viện, học viện; hội; trụ sở viện, trụ sở hội
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) cơ sở đào tạo kỹ thuật (cấp đại học)
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đơn vị nghiên cứu và giảng dạy chuyên đề (ở đại học)
- (số nhiều) bản tóm tắt những điều cơ bản (về pháp lý...)
- ngoại động từ
- to institute an inwuiry: mở một cuộc điều tra
- to institute a course of English language: mở một lớp tiếng Anh
- tiến hành
- to institute a lawsuit: tiến hành một vụ kiện
institutes|instituted|instituting'ɪnstɪtuːt /-tjuːtThesaurus Dictionary
+an association organized to promote art or science or education
+set up or lay the groundwork for
+advance or set forth in court
Advanced English Dictionary
1 society, organization, association, league, alliance, guild:
They tried to establish an institute for research on badgers.
3 establish, found, launch, organize:
The principles of sportsmanship were instituted on the playing fields of England.
4 inaugurate, introduce, initiate, set up, start, begin, originate, commence, pioneer:
If you do not pay, we shall be obliged to institute proceedings against you.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
an organization that has a particular purpose, especially one that is connected with education or a particular profession; the building used by this organization: a research institute + the Institute of Chartered Accountants + institutes of higher education
+ verb [VN] (formal) to introduce a system, policy, etc. or start a process: to institute criminal proceedings against sb + The new management intends to institute a number of changes.
professional | independent | government | international, national | economic, education, educational, research, scientific, technical
VERB + INSTITUTE
establish, found, set up | open | belong to
She belongs to the Chartered Institute of Management.
INSTITUTE + VERB
The environmental research institute found that the global average temperature had risen by 1.2°C.
| claim sth, say sth
The Institute says that an unidentified virus is to blame for the syndrome.
| publish sth | provide sth
an institute providing opportunities to veterinary graduates
at an/the ~
She used to give lectures at the Mechanics' Institute.
| in/within an/the ~
He is a key figure in the Institute of Mathematics.
| ~ for
the International Institute for Economic Development
| ~ of
a founder of an institute, a member of an institute
More information about ORGANIZATION
create, establish, form, found, set up, start ~
an association created to promote local industry The company was founded in 1981.
(often law)She sought a court order to have the partnership dissolved.
He runs an accountancy firm.
The executive committee manages the group on a day-to-day basis.
be/become a member of, join ~
She became a member of the Society of Arts.
The country plans to leave the organization.
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