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stability

noun [U]
 
 
/stəˈbɪləti/
ECONOMICS, POLITICS a situation in which something such as an economy, company, or system can continue in a regular and successful way without unexpected changes: There are fears over the stability of the banking system. economic/political/financial stabilitybring/provide/restore stability Large pay awards for executives have been ruled out as the CEO struggles to restore stability at the troubled group.boost/promote/build stability It is the role of the regulator to promote market confidence and stability. →  Compare instability
ECONOMICS, FINANCE a situation in which prices or rates do not change much: price/currency/rate stability Some Americans favour a return to a gold standard to ensure price stability.
→  See also job stability
Translations of “stability”
in Korean 안정, 안정성…
in Arabic استِقرار…
in Portuguese estabilidade…
in Catalan estabilitat…
in Japanese 安定, 持続…
in Italian stabilità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穩定, 穩固…
in Russian стабильность…
in Turkish kararlılık, istikrar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 稳定, 稳固…
in Polish stabilność…
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