well-established

Related to well-established: egregious, ditsy, fulfill, leery, occasionally

well-established

adj (well established when postpositive)
1. having permanence or security in a certain place, condition, job, etc: a well-established brand.
2. well-known or validated: a well-established fact.
Translations

well-established

[ˌwelɪˈstæblɪʃt] ADJ (gen) → sólidamente establecido; [custom] → muy arraigado; [firm] (= of long standing) → sólido; (= with good reputation) → de buena reputación
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