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static

adjective
 
 
/ˈstætɪk/
not moving or changing: stay/remain static House prices remained static in July. In the last year we had static market conditions. Sales were static at £20m last year.
Translations of “static”
in Spanish estático…
in French statique…
in German statisch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 靜止的, 停滯的, 不變的…
in Russian неподвижный, неизменный…
in Turkish durgun, durağan, hareketsiz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 静止的, 停滞的, 不变的…
in Polish nieruchomy, bez zmian…
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