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stagnant

adjective /ˈstӕɡnənt/
(of water) standing still rather than flowing and therefore usually dirty
estancado
a stagnant pool.
dull or inactive
paralizado
Our economy is stagnant.
stagnate /stӕɡˈneit, (American) ˈstӕɡneit/ verb (of water) to be or become stagnant.
estancar
to become dull and inactive
anquilosar
I’ve been stagnating in this awful job for far too long.
stagnation noun
estancamiento
the stagnation of the economy.
(Definition of stagnant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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