established or decided beyond dispute or doubt;
"with details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night"
established in a desired position or place; not moving about;
"nomads...absorbed among the settled people"
"I don't feel entirely settled here"
"the advent of settled civilization"
inhabited by colonists
"a period of settled weather"
- A desert has no settled population.
- Especially the internal training, as a wildly used intervention, has been settled institutionally in some large business organizations.
- There were long periods when settled government can hardly have existed.
- The gravitational binding means that the galaxies and other material within a mature cluster have settled into an overall dynamic equilibrium.
- This is a desert with no settled population.
- The Russians, who had settled on Bolshoi Ussuriysky, did not want to abandon it.
Settled governments have not the bold resources of new experimental systems.出自： Burke
It was not..a settled thing that Mrs Fitz-Adam was to be visited.出自： E. Gaskell
I wish this were a settled question in London markets.出自： J. Ruskin
You have no settled object in life.出自： E. F. Benson
They were passing through settled districts.出自： A. Moorehead
26 of the 427 women who had come down from Oxford that year were without a settled job.出自：Times
- established 确定的
- stable 稳定的
- solid 固体的
- firm 公司
- steady 稳定的
- mature 成熟的
- colonized 动词colonize的过...
- colonised 殖民化的
- unsettled 未处理的