institutionalised


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Adj.1.institutionalised - officially placed in or committed to a specialized institution; "had hopes of rehabilitating the institutionalized juvenile delinquents"
2.institutionalised - given the character of an institution or incorporated into a structured and usually well-established system; "institutionalized graft"; "institutionalized suicide as practiced in Japan"
institutional - organized as or forming an institution; "institutional religion"
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institutionalised

(British) adj
[patient, elderly person, child in children's home] to become institutionalized [person] → devenir un(e) perpétuel(le) assisté(e)
(= ingrained) [racism, corruption, discrimination] → institutionnalisé(e)
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institutionalised coalitions and bargaining power in EU council negotiations.
Today, we decided to promote our relations within the framework of an institutionalised strategic partnership.
People with learning disabilities are making new lives for themselves in the community after years stuck in institutionalised care.
The report, if leaks are to be believed, will stop short of alleging collusion and the phrase institutionalised collusion is already being bandied about.
A senior Birmingham councillor has resigned from a commission set up to investigate institutionalised racism in the city.
Sir William was reported to have concluded that the Metropolitan Police Service, responsible for the bungled investigation into the Lawrence murder, was riven with ``pernicious and institutionalised racism''.