institutional

[Adjective] Something that has become part of the establishment, part of the way of life within an organisation.
See also: institutional racism, institutionally racist
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institutional

[adj] - relating to or constituting or involving an institution 2. [adj] - organized as or forming an institution
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Institutional

In`sti·tu'tion·al adjective 1. Pertaining to, or treating of, institutions; as, institutional legends. « Institutional writers as Rousseau.» J. S. Mill. 2. Instituted by authority. 3. Elementary; rudimental.
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institutional

adjective relating to or constituting or involving an institution; `institutional policy`
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institutional

adjective organized as or forming an institution; `institutional religion`
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Institutional

• (a.) Instituted by authority. • (a.) Elementary; rudimental. • (a.) Pertaining to, or treating of, institutions; as, institutional legends.
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