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Crime has decreased since the security cameras were installed.
Have you installed a smoke alarm in your office?
We've had a second phone line installed.
a newly installed gas central heating system
She was installed as the first woman chancellor of the university.
the revolt that installed Aquino in office in 1986
On reaching the workshop, Ashley installed herself behind her table.
So here I am, comfortably installed in my new office.
This is the British English definition of install. View American English definition of install.
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