- to place in position or connect for service or use: to install a heating system; to install software on a computer.
- to establish in an office, position, or place: to install oneself in new quarters.
- to induct into an office or the like with ceremonies or formalities.
Origin of install
Synonyms for install
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The manufacturer or installer usually is able to suggest proper adjustments.Farmers' Bulletin 1889 - Fireplaces and Chimneys
Arthur H. Senner
- to place (machinery, equipment, etc) in position and connect and adjust for use
- to transfer (computer software) from a distribution file to a permanent location on disk, and prepare it for its particular environment and application
- to put in a position, rank, etc
- to settle (a person, esp oneself) in a position or stateshe installed herself in an armchair
Word Origin for install
C16: from Medieval Latin installāre, from in- ² + stallum stall 1
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