Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Establishment.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete Establishment.

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  • noun obsolete Establishment

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The OED accepts stablishment as a variant of establishment in some senses but not the one used in Spanish.

    Spanish hypercorrection of a loanword

  • Nevertheless, I was surprised the other day to see stablishment in El País.

    Spanish hypercorrection of a loanword

  • Conjunto de dirigentes o personas que tienen el poder: el stablishment de la nación.

    12 posts from February 2010

  • According to WordReference the 2005 Espasa-Calpe accepts stablishment, though the DRAE does not, as an alternative to establishment in the limited English sense of the people who run the country: stablishment o establishment

    Spanish hypercorrection of a loanword

  • The OED accepts stablishment as a variant of establishment in some senses but not the one used in Spanish.

    Spanish hypercorrection of a loanword

  • But stablishment seems to be a case of hypercorrection that removes an e that really should be there.

    12 posts from February 2010

  • According to WordReference the 2005 Espasa-Calpe accepts stablishment, though the DRAE does not, as an alternative to establishment in the limited English sense of the people who run the country: stablishment o establishment

    12 posts from February 2010

  • The OED accepts stablishment as a variant of establishment in some senses but not the one used in Spanish.

    12 posts from February 2010

  • Nevertheless, I was surprised the other day to see stablishment in El País.

    12 posts from February 2010

  • According to WordReference the 2005 Espasa-Calpe accepts stablishment, though the DRAE does not, as an alternative to establishment in the limited English sense of the people who run the country: stablishment o establishment

    Spanish hypercorrection of a loanword

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