(v.) = fit ; install [instal, -USA] ; mount ; rig ; set up. Ex: One such method requires that each book has a magnetic strip inserted into the spine and a special exit door is fitted across which an electric signal is beamed. Ex: These systems have been installed in a number of libraries in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Europe. Ex: There are now over 2000 data bases mounted on a number of computers spread at various locations throughout the world. Ex: The worst interruptions of all, in my experience, come from those public address systems rigged in many schools in every room and used apparently without a second thought by administrative staff. Ex: The reference service is set up next to, on in the case of small units, in the reading room. ---- * instalarse = make + a home for + Reflexivo ; set up + camp. * instalarse en = move into. * instalar un servicio = mount + a service. (v.) = make + a home for + Reflexivo ; set up + camp. Ex: This is a story about a thirteen-year-old boy who lives in New York and is so often the victim of street bullies that he hides in the subway, where he manages to make a home for himself. Ex: This popular annual funfair sets up camp in the area surrounding the Midi train station in Brussels.