Stabil definition

Stabil definition DEFAULT

stabile

sta·bile

(stā'bīl, -bil),

Steady; fixed; denoting: 1) certain constituents of serum unaffected by ordinary degrees of heat; 2) an electrode held steadily on a part during the passage of an electric current. Compare: labile.

[L. stabilis]

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sta·bile

(stābīl, -bil)

Steady; fixed; denoting: 1) certain constituents of serum unaffected by moderate heating or prolonged storage; 2) an electrode held steadily on a part during the passage of an electric current.
Compare: labile

[L. stabilis]

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sta·bile

(stābīl, -bil)

Steady; fixed.

[L. stabilis]

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Patient discussion about stabile

Q. Mood stabilizer Hi there, I just got know Trileptal, as a mood stabilizer. Now what I want to know is that how does a drug for epilepsy WORK to stabilize moods for someone who is bipolar?

A. Lithium - treatment alone is sometimes not enough to control the mood swings seen in people with bipolar disorder. A number of different classes of drugs including the anticonvulsants are used in addition to or sometimes instead of lithium. Trileptal has been evaluated in several studies involving a small number of patients. About 60% of patients treated with lithium alone, saw mild to moderate improvement in their symptoms when Trileptal was added. Side-effects were a big enough problem that about 25% of the people had to stop taking the Trileptal. Drowsiness was the biggest problem. Dizziness, headache, blurred vision, rash, weight gain and tingling were also reported by the patients.

Q. What age does eye sight stabilizes? I was just wondering at what age does your eye sight usually level off and stop getting worse? Any ideas much appreciated!

A. It will stabilize in a few years-age of 26-27.That is the average age people perform lasik surgery.
It is also the age the eye is fully grown.
Don't worry it will not get much worse maybe about -0,75.
Take care

Q. Can acupuncture be used to stabilize the liver and kidney. I am writing here to get some advice or suggestion. Months back my brother was diagnosed with Liver Cirrhosis. Doctor says that he has water/liquid in his abdomen. Recently we took a blood test, the result states that his kidney is not functioning well. I like to help him. Can acupuncture be used to stabilize his liver and kidney? I could really do with something, even if it's just a hello…

A. The symptom of having water in abdomen is ascites. Chinese herbs are more helpful for Ascites and liver cirrhosis. Acupuncture can also be very helpful. You should seek out a qualified TCM doctor and take your brother to him. Don’t worry; herbs will help him to cure.

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stability

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[ stuh-bil-i-tee ]

/ stəˈbɪl ɪ ti /


noun,pluralsta·bil·i·ties.

the state or quality of being stable.

firmness in position.

continuance without change; permanence.

Chemistry. resistance or the degree of resistance to chemical change or disintegration.

resistance to change, especially sudden change or deterioration: The stability of the economy encourages investment.

steadfastness; constancy, as of character or purpose: The job calls for a great deal of emotional stability.

Aeronautics. the ability of an aircraft to return to its original flying position when abruptly displaced.

Roman Catholic Church. a vow taken by a Benedictine monk, binding him to residence for life in the same monastery in which he made the vow.

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Origin of stability

1400–50; <Latin stabilitās, equivalent to stabili(s) stable2 + -tās--ty2; replacing late Middle English stablete<Old French <Latin, as above

OTHER WORDS FROM stability

non·sta·bil·i·ty,nouno·ver·sta·bil·i·ty,nounself-sta·bil·i·ty,noun

Words nearby stability

stab culture, stab drain, stabilate, stabile, stabilimeter, stability, stability pact, stabilization, stabilization fund, stabilization print, stabilize

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Words related to stability

strength, support, cohesion, security, balance, establishment, resoluteness, perseverance, toughness, durability, permanence, endurance, steadiness, aplomb, soundness, backbone, solidity, determination, firmness, constancy

How to use stability in a sentence

  • Some 80% of world trade now flows through countries with declining political stability scores, as measured by the World Bank.

    COVID-19 and climate change expose the dangers of unstable supply chains|matthewheimer|August 27, 2020|Fortune

  • But that stability can be withdrawn as easily as it was granted.

    Cambodia’s Smoke-and-Mirrors Democracy|David Shaftel|January 9, 2015|DAILY BEAST

  • One specific kind of emergency is at the heart of this, such as when an airplane suffers a loss of stability at night.

    Flight 8501 Poses Question: Are Modern Jets Too Automated to Fly?|Clive Irving|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST

  • The pyramids of Meroe await a day when stability will allow outsiders to peek at a forgotten ancient kingdom.

    Egypt Ain’t The Only Pyramid Show In Town|Nina Strochlic|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • A Shiite stronghold wrapped in a Sunni explosive belt—not exactly a picture of stability.

    The Nuclear Deal That Iran’s Regime Fears Most|Djavad Khadem|November 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • Failing to forge lasting stability would leave us, this author and his like-minded aides, to call for a Transitional Council.

    The Nuclear Deal That Iran’s Regime Fears Most|Djavad Khadem|November 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • In any social movement, then, change and alteration in a new direction must be balanced against the demands of social stability.

    The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice|Stephen Leacock

  • Its wealth and stability were also an additional inducement to the kings in granting to the towns their firma burgi.

    The Influence and Development of English Gilds|Francis Aiden Hibbert

  • Their elegance, no less than their stability, betokens the advancement of manners as well as of wealth.

    The Influence and Development of English Gilds|Francis Aiden Hibbert

  • The Unions already aim at ensuring stability of employment through deliberate regulation of trade.

    The Influence and Development of English Gilds|Francis Aiden Hibbert

  • For the most part people went about their business with an entirely irresponsible confidence in the stability of the universe.

    The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells

British Dictionary definitions for stability

stability


nounplural-ties

the quality of being stable

the ability of an aircraft to resume its original flight path after inadvertent displacement

meteorol
  1. the condition of an air or water mass characterized by no upward movement
  2. the degree of susceptibility of an air mass to disturbance by convection currents

ecologythe ability of an ecosystem to resist change

electrical engineeringthe ability of an electrical circuit to cope with changes in the operational conditions

a vow taken by every Benedictine monk attaching him perpetually to the monastery where he is professed

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Medical definitions for stability

stability


n.

The condition of being stable or resistant to change.

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stabile

sta·bile

(stā′bĭl, -bəl, -bīl′, -bēl′)
adj.

Immobile; unchangeable; stable.

n.

An abstract sculpture, usually of sheet metal, resembling a mobile but having no moving parts.


[Latin stabilis, stable; see stable1.]

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stabile

(ˈsteɪbaɪl)
n

(Art Terms) arts a stationary abstract construction, usually of wire, metal, wood, etc. Compare mobile6a

adj

1. fixed; stable

2. (Chemistry) resistant to chemical change

[C18: from Latin stabilis]

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sta•bile

(adj. ˈsteɪ bɪl, -bəl; esp. Brit. -baɪl; n. ˈsteɪ bil; esp. Brit. -baɪl)

adj.

1. fixed in position; stable.

2. resistant to physical or chemical change.

n.

3. an abstract sculpture consisting of immobile units constructed of sheet metal, wire, etc., attached to fixed supports. Compare mobile (def. 8).

[1790–1800; < Latin: neuter of stabilisstable2]

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stabile

A sculpture resembling a mobile, but which does not move. Compare mobile.

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Noun1.stabile - a sculpture having fixed units (usually constructed of sheet metal) and attached to a fixed support

sculpture - a three-dimensional work of plastic art

mobile - sculpture suspended in midair whose delicately balanced parts can be set in motion by air currents

Adj.1.stabile - (chemistry, physics, biology) resistant to change

biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms

stable - resistant to change of position or condition; "a stable ladder"; "a stable peace"; "a stable relationship"; "stable prices"

2.stabile - not able or intended to be movedstabile - not able or intended to be moved; "the immovable hills"

immovable, immoveable, unmovable

immobile - not capable of movement or of being moved

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stabil (Danish)

Origin & history

From Latin stabilis, from stāre("stand") + -ābilis("-able").

Pronunciation

Adjective

stabil
  1. steady (regular and even)
  2. stable (relatively unchanging)
  3. constant (steady)
  4. settled

stabil (German)

Pronunciation

Adjective

stabil(comparativestabiler, superlativeam stabilsten)
  1. stable

stabil (Hungarian)

Origin & history

From German stabil, from Latin stabilis(itself from stare("stand") + -abilis("able")).

Pronunciation

Adjective

stabil(comparativestabilabb)
  1. stable, steady

Derived words & phrases


stabil (Norwegian Bokmål)

Origin & history

From Latin

Adjective

stabil(neuter singularstabilt, definite singular and pluralstabile)
  1. stable

Antonyms

Related words & phrases


stabil (Norwegian Nynorsk)

Origin & history

From Latin

Adjective

stabil(neuter singularstabilt, definite singular and pluralstabile)
  1. stable

Antonyms


stabil (Romanian)

Origin & history

Latin stabilis‎.

Pronunciation

Adjective

stabil(masc.)or (neut.)(feminine singularstabil�?, masculine pluralstabili, feminine and neuter pluralstabile)
  1. stable, steady, firm, fixed, settled

Antonyms

Related words & phrases


stabil (Swedish)

Adjective

stabil
  1. stable (relatively unchanging)

Antonyms


Practical examples

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landline: …座机电话‎ (zuòjī diànhuà) Czech: pevná linka‎ (fem.), infml stabil‎ Finnish: lankapuhelin‎ French: téléphone fixe‎ (masc.)…


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Definition stabil

These two adjectives have similar meanings, with a subtle difference.

Stable (STAY-bull) = steady in position or balance; not easily disrupted; sane or rational

Stabile (STAY-Bile) = immobile, stationary; resistant to chemical change, unchangeable

Stable Examples:

That rickety old ladder doesn’t look very stable.

She had a very stable household as a child.

Stabile Example:

For use in steamfloods, tubulars must have coatings that are stabile in salt water up to 500°F.

Both of these words can also be used as nouns.

Stable = a barn where animals are housed and fed, usually with stalls or compartments.

Stabile = a 3D stationary sculpture

Examples:

If we buy another horse, we’re going to have to build another stable.

I wound the baby’s mobile too tight and broke the spring, so now it is a stabile.
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Poetic Quote of the Day:

“I trust in nature for the stable laws of beauty and utility.

Spring shall plant and autumn garner to the end of time.”

– Robert Browning, English poet, 1812-1889

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stabil

Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latinstabilis, from stāre(“stand”) + -ābilis(“-able”).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /stabiːl/, [sd̥aˈb̥iːˀl]
  • Rhymes: -iːl

Adjective[edit]

stabil

  1. steady(regular and even)
  2. stable(relatively unchanging)
  3. constant(steady)
  4. settled

Inflection[edit]

Antonyms[edit]


German[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latinstabilis

Adjective[edit]

stabil (comparativestabiler, superlativeam stabilsten)

  1. stable
  2. (youth slang)dope, rad, fly
    • 2015 March 27, Farid Bang (lyrics and music), “Regel Nr. 6”, in Asphalt Massaka 3[1]:
      Zeig' mir einen deutschen Gangster, der stabiler rappt
      Der Pate ist back und sein Wagen ist black
      Show me a German goon who raps badder
      The don is back, his whip tinted bare shadder

Declension[edit]

Comparative forms of stabil

Superlative forms of stabil

Descendants[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • “stabil” in Duden online
  • “stabil” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache

Hungarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Germanstabil, from Latinstabilis (itself from stare(“stand”) + -abilis(“able”)). [1]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈʃtɒbil]
  • Hyphenation: sta‧bil
  • Rhymes: -il

Adjective[edit]

stabil (comparativestabilabb, superlativelegstabilabb)

  1. stable, steady

Declension[edit]

Derived terms[edit]

References[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • stabil in Bárczi, Géza and László Országh. A magyar nyelv értelmező szótára (’The Explanatory Dictionary of the Hungarian Language’). Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1959–1962. Fifth ed., 1992: →ISBN

Indonesian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Dutchstabiel, from Middle Frenchstabile, from Latinstabilis.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈstabɪl]
  • Hyphenation: sta‧bil

Adjective[edit]

stabil

  1. stable

Derived terms[edit]

Related terms[edit]

Further reading[edit]


Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latinstabilis

Adjective[edit]

stabil (neuter singularstabilt, definite singular and pluralstabile)

  1. stable

Antonyms[edit]

Related terms[edit]

References[edit]


Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latinstabilis

Adjective[edit]

stabil (neuter singularstabilt, definite singular and pluralstabile)

  1. stable

Antonyms[edit]

References[edit]


Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latinstabilis.

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

stabil m or n (feminine singularstabilă, masculine pluralstabili, feminine and neuter pluralstabile)

  1. stable, steady, firm, fixed, settled

Declension[edit]

Antonyms[edit]

Related terms[edit]


Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latinstabilis.

Adjective[edit]

stabil (comparativestabilare, superlativestabilast)

  1. stable (relatively unchanging)

Declension[edit]

Antonyms[edit]


Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Frenchstable, from Latinstabilis.

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

stabil

  1. stable

Declension[edit]

predicative forms of stabil

present tense
positive,
declarative
positive,
interrogative
negative,
declarative
negative,
interrogative
ben (I am)stabilim stabil miyim? stabil değilim stabil değil miyim?
sen (you are)stabilsin stabil misin? stabil değilsin stabil değil misin?
o (he/she/it is)stabil / stabildir stabil mi? stabil değil stabil değil mi?
biz (we are)stabiliz stabil miyiz? stabil değiliz stabil değil miyiz?
siz (you are)stabilsiniz stabil misiniz? stabil değilsiniz stabil değil misiniz?
onlar (they are)stabil(ler) stabil(ler) mi? stabil değil(ler) stabil değiller mi?
past tense
positive,
declarative
positive,
interrogative
negative,
declarative
negative,
interrogative
ben (I was)stabildim stabil miydim? stabil değildim stabil değil miydim?
sen (you were)stabildin stabil miydin? stabil değildin stabil değil miydin?
o (he/she/it was)stabildi stabil miydi? stabil değildi stabil değil miydi?
biz (we were)stabildik stabil miydik? stabil değildik stabil değil miydik?
siz (you were)stabildiniz stabil miydiniz? stabil değildiniz stabil değil miydiniz?
onlar (they were)stabildiler stabil miydiler? stabil değildi(ler) / değillerdi stabil değil miydiler?
indirect past
positive,
declarative
positive,
interrogative
negative,
declarative
negative,
interrogative
ben (I was)stabilmişim stabil miymişim? stabil değilmişim stabil değil miymişim?
sen (you were)stabilmişsin stabil miymişsin? stabil değilmişsin stabil değil miymişsin?
o (he/she/it was)stabilmiş stabil miymiş? stabil değilmiş stabil değil miymiş?
biz (we were)stabilmişiz stabil miymişiz? stabil değilmişiz stabil değil miymişiz?
siz (you were)stabilmişsiniz stabil miymişsiniz? stabil değilmişsiniz stabil değil miymişsiniz?
onlar (they were)stabilmişler stabil miymişler? stabil değilmiş(ler) / değillermiş stabil değil miymişler?
conditional
positive,
declarative
positive,
interrogative
negative,
declarative
negative,
interrogative
ben (if I)stabilsem stabil miysem? stabil değilsem stabil değil miysem?
sen (if you)stabilsen stabil miysen? stabil değilsen stabil değil miysen?
o (if he/she/it)stabilse stabil miyse? stabil değilse stabil değil miyse?
biz (if we)stabilsek stabil miysek? stabil değilsek stabil değil miysek?
siz (if you)stabilseniz stabil miyseniz? stabil değilseniz stabil değil miyseniz?
onlar (if they)stabilseler stabil miyseler? stabil değilseler / değillerse stabil değil miyseler?

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stabile

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[ adjectivestey-bil, -buhl or, especially British, -bahyl; nounstey-beel or, especially British, -bahyl ]

/ adjective ˈsteɪ bɪl, -bəl or, especially British, -baɪl; noun ˈsteɪ bil or, especially British, -baɪl /


adjective

fixed in position; stable.

Medicine/Medical. resistant to physical or chemical changes.

noun

a piece of abstract sculpture having immobile units constructed of sheet metal, wire, or other material and attached to fixed supports.Compare mobile (def. 10).

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Origin of stabile

1790–1800; <Latin: neuter of stabilis, equivalent to sta- (stem of stāre to stand) + -bilis-ble

OTHER WORDS FROM stabile

non·sta·bile,adjective

Words nearby stabile

stabbing, stab cell, stab culture, stab drain, stabilate, stabile, stabilimeter, stability, stability pact, stabilization, stabilization fund

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Words related to stabile

secure, solid, durable, safe, steady, fast, permanent, calm, balanced, strong, substantial, reliable, lasting, immobile, passive, immovable, stagnant, fixed, stationary, constant

How to use stabile in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for stabile


noun

artsa stationary abstract construction, usually of wire, metal, wood, etcCompare mobile (def. 6a)

adjective

fixed; stable

resistant to chemical change

Word Origin for stabile

C18: from Latin stabilis

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Medical definitions for stabile

stabile

[ stā′bĭl, -bəl, -bīl′, -bēl′ ]


adj.

Resistant to change; stable; steady.

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