Third-person singular simple present indicative form of institute.(verb)
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Use "institutes" in a sentence
"David Malpass's "How the Fed Is Holding Back Recovery" (op-ed, Oct. 19) addresses the dangerous folly of Chairman Ben Bernanke as the Federal Reserve again institutes the absurd policy of more quantitative easing when there is absolutely no demand for more credit in the market."
"Only 10 percent worked in institutes of technology, and hardly anyone was an industrial physicist. 40 Thus, Blau's possibilities of obtaining an award were closely interrelated to a number of more nebulous considerations such as the committee's stance toward university rather than industrial physics research or a cutting edge, specific discovery rather than a life's work."
"He has taught in institutes for higher learning for fourteen years."