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still

adjective
 
 
/stɪl/
stand/stay/sit, etc still B1 to stand, stay, sit, etc without moving: Sit still so I can brush your hair.Immobility
PLACE A still place is calm and quiet: It was night and the whole village was still.Silence and quietPeaceful and tranquil
DRINK UK B1 A still drink does not have any bubbles in it.Drinks - general words
stillness noun [U]
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