Synonyms of 'institute'
an organization set up for a specific purpose, especially research or teachinga research institute devoted to software programming
Shops and other commercial establishments remained closed today.
the police representative body
a boy who was in my class at school
the historical society
the British Olympic Association
Class size varies from one type of institution to another.
Most of the funds are provided by voluntary organizations.
the foundation of the modern welfare state
her experience as a police academy instructor
the Writers' Guild of America
the National Youth Fellowship
Nearly all my immediate family were dead, and I went into a seminary.
a rule, custom, or precedent
the laws of the Church of England
An important rule is to drink plenty of water.
a violation of the basic principles of Marxism
new safety regulations
the Marxist doctrine of perpetual revolution
decree, , ,
He issued a decree ordering all unofficial armed groups to disband.
the dogma of the Immaculate Conception
Non-violence is the central tenet of their faith.
In 1741 Catherine the Great issued an edict of toleration for Buddhism.
the precepts of Buddhism
to start or establishWe will institute a number of methods to improve safety.
Now is probably as good a time as any to start a business.
He stood up and began to walk around the room.
He founded the Centre for Journalism Studies.
launch, , ,
The police have launched an investigation into the incident.
settle, , , ,
As far as I'm concerned, the matter was settled yesterday.
A new Catholic bishop was installed yesterday.
the scientist who invented and pioneered DNA tests
On 6 July a People's Revolutionary Government was constituted.
They wanted to initiate a discussion on economics.
No-one knows who originated this story.
They commenced a systematic search of the area.
They inaugurated the first ever scheduled flights.
set in motion,
bring into being,
put into operation
to install in a position or office
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in the sense of academy
(in Scotland) a secondary schoolher experience as a police academy instructor
in the sense of appoint
to fix or decide (a time or place for an event)We met at the time appointed.
in the sense of association
a group of people with a common interestthe British Olympic Association
fraternity (US, Canadian),
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