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stagnant

adjective /ˈstӕɡnənt/
(of water) standing still rather than flowing and therefore usually dirty
abgestanden
a stagnant pool.
dull or inactive
stockend
Our economy is stagnant.
stagnate /stӕɡˈneit, (American) ˈstӕɡneit/ verb (of water) to be or become stagnant.
stocken
to become dull and inactive
träge werden
I’ve been stagnating in this awful job for far too long.
stagnation noun
die Stagnation
(Definition of stagnant from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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