verb (used with object), in·stalled, in·stal·ling.
verb (used with object)
Origin of install
Synonyms for install
Examples from the Web for instal
Historical Examples of instal
It is Mr. Nixon's plan to instal a gas engine in one of the compartments.Sinking of the Titanic
When Charles arrived, he was just about to instal himself and his family in his new abode.Marguerite De Roberval
T. G. Marquis
I think our hospital was the first to instal a cinematograph as a fixture.Observations of an Orderly
He showed the utmost kindness and hospitality, and gave his wazir orders to instal the prince in the royal guest-house.The Brown Fairy Book
In the second place, the extra size of the non-automatic apparatus makes it more expensive to construct and more costly to instal.