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Firmly established, especially because of a long existence.‘a well-established tradition’‘his father was now well established in his career’
- ‘The sheep know their patch, fortunately, and follow well-established paths from one high point to another.’
- ‘They are all in well-established, popular community meeting centres, such as village shops and post offices.’
- ‘Self-regulation is now a well-established mechanism, though sometimes crudely driven by the state.’
- ‘The easy fusion of land, industry, and commerce was a well-established English tradition.’
- ‘The well-established tradition for farmers to take the livestock for sale to their local auction market is now under threat.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.