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stability

noun [U]
 
 
/stəˈbɪləti/
the quality of not being likely to change or move: political/financial stability Our country has enjoyed a long period of peace and stability. →  Opposite instability Keeping and staying the sameNot able to be changedSteady, regular and unchanged
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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