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British World English establish

1 Set up on a firm or permanent basis.

set up , start, begin, get going, put in place, initiate, institute, form, found, create, bring into being, inaugurate, organize, lay the foundations of, build, construct, install, plant
initiate , instigate, set in motion, put in place, institute, inaugurate, originate, invent, form, fashion, generate

2 Achieve permanent acceptance or recognition for.

attain , reach, arrive at

3 Show (something) to be true or certain by determining the facts.

with clause
prove , demonstrate, show, show to be true, show beyond doubt, indicate, signify, signal, display, exhibit, manifest, denote, attest to, evidence, determine, validate, confirm, verify, certify, ratify, corroborate, substantiate, evince, bespeak, constitute evidence of, constitute proof of

4 Bridge Ensure that one's remaining cards in (a suit) will be winners (if not trumped) by playing off the high cards in that suit.


Late Middle English (recorded earlier as stablish): from Old French establiss-, lengthened stem of establir, from Latin stabilire ‘make firm’, from stabilis (adjective) ‘stable’.



/ɪˈstablɪʃ/ /ɛˈstablɪʃ/

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Selecting (i.e. retrieving) data from CrateDB is done by using a SQL SELECT statement. The response to a SELECT query contains the column names of the result, the actual result rows as a two-dimensional array of values, the row count and the duration.

Table of Contents


A simple select:

If the ‘*’ operator is used, all columns defined in the schema are returned for each row:

Aliases can be used to change the output name of the columns:

The FROM clause is used to reference the relation this select query is based upon. Can be a single table, many tables, a view, a JOIN or another SELECT statement. See SELECT Reference

Tables and views are referenced by schema and table name and can optionally be aliased. If the relation t is only referenced by name, CrateDB assumes the relation doc.t was meant. Schemas that were newly created using CREATE TABLE must be referenced explicitly.

The two following queries are equivalent:

A table can be aliased for the sake of brevity too:


CrateDB currently supports only a limited set of JOINs.

See the Joins for current state.

If DISTINCT is specified, one unique row is kept. All other duplicate rows are removed from the result set:


Using is only supported on Primitive Types .

A simple where clause example using an equality operator:

These Comparison Operators are supported and can be used for all simple data types.

For strings a lexicographical comparison is performed based on the Lucene TermRangeQuery:

For details please refer to the Apache Lucene site.

Number and date field comparison behave as expected from standard SQL.

The following example uses one of the supported ISO date formats:

For a detailed explanation of the supported ISO date formats please refer to the joda date_optional_time site.

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