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[そう()·りつ()]
souritsu
noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 創立

noun, suru verb
  1. establishment; founding; organization; organisation

Definition and Synonyms for 創立

Establishment the act of forming or establishing something
Synonyms: 制定, 創始, 創建, 創業, 創立, 創設, 形成, 確立, 組成, 組織, 結成, 結社, 編成, 設立, 開設
Initiation the act of starting something for the first time
Synonyms: イントロダクション, 創始, 創立, 創設, 発足, 草創, 設立, 設置, 開設
Constitute set up or lay the groundwork for
Synonyms: 作る, 制定, 創刊, 創始, 創建, 創業, 創立, 創設, 定める, 打ち立てる, 新設, 樹立, 確立, 築き上げる, 設ける, 設定, 設立, 設置, 開設
Launch set up or found
Synonyms: 創建, 創業, 創立, 創設, 新設, 樹立, 設ける, 設立, 設置
Establishment a public or private structure (business or governmental or educational) including buildings and equipment for business or residence
Synonyms: 併設, 創建, 創業, 創立, 創設, 建設, 施設, 確立, 設定, 設立
Initiation introducing something new
Synonyms: イントロダクション, 創始, 創立, 創設, 発足, 草創, 設立, 設置, 開設

Meanings for each kanji in 創立

» genesis; wound; injury; hurt; start; originate
» stand up; rise; set up; erect

Categories 創立 is a member of

Beginning the act of starting something
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Initiate take the lead or initiative in
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Open start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning
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Structure a thing constructed
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 創立

Sample Sentences for 創立

Mr. Smith founded this school forty years ago.
Students have a holiday on Foundation Day.
The launching of the company was in 1950.
The college was founded by Mr Smith.
This company was established in 1930.

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