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Japanese translation of “stagnant”

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stagnant

adjective
 
/ˈstæɡ·nənt/
Stagnant water or air does not flow and becomes dirty and smells unpleasant.
よどんだ, (水や空気が)滞(とどこお)った
a stagnant pond
A stagnant economy, society, or organization does not develop or grow.
(経済や発展などが)停滞した, 不景気な
(Definition of stagnant from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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