stabilise


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stabilise


Past participle: stabilised
Gerund: stabilising

Imperative
stabilise
stabilise
Present
I stabilise
you stabilise
he/she/it stabilises
we stabilise
you stabilise
they stabilise
Preterite
I stabilised
you stabilised
he/she/it stabilised
we stabilised
you stabilised
they stabilised
Present Continuous
I am stabilising
you are stabilising
he/she/it is stabilising
we are stabilising
you are stabilising
they are stabilising
Present Perfect
I have stabilised
you have stabilised
he/she/it has stabilised
we have stabilised
you have stabilised
they have stabilised
Past Continuous
I was stabilising
you were stabilising
he/she/it was stabilising
we were stabilising
you were stabilising
they were stabilising
Past Perfect
I had stabilised
you had stabilised
he/she/it had stabilised
we had stabilised
you had stabilised
they had stabilised
Future
I will stabilise
you will stabilise
he/she/it will stabilise
we will stabilise
you will stabilise
they will stabilise
Future Perfect
I will have stabilised
you will have stabilised
he/she/it will have stabilised
we will have stabilised
you will have stabilised
they will have stabilised
Future Continuous
I will be stabilising
you will be stabilising
he/she/it will be stabilising
we will be stabilising
you will be stabilising
they will be stabilising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stabilising
you have been stabilising
he/she/it has been stabilising
we have been stabilising
you have been stabilising
they have been stabilising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stabilising
you will have been stabilising
he/she/it will have been stabilising
we will have been stabilising
you will have been stabilising
they will have been stabilising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stabilising
you had been stabilising
he/she/it had been stabilising
we had been stabilising
you had been stabilising
they had been stabilising
Conditional
I would stabilise
you would stabilise
he/she/it would stabilise
we would stabilise
you would stabilise
they would stabilise
Past Conditional
I would have stabilised
you would have stabilised
he/she/it would have stabilised
we would have stabilised
you would have stabilised
they would have stabilised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.stabilise - support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace; "brace your elbows while working on the potter's wheel"
beef up, fortify, strengthen - make strong or stronger; "This exercise will strengthen your upper body"; "strengthen the relations between the two countries"
ballast - make steady with a ballast
guy - steady or support with a guy wire or cable; "The Italians guyed the Tower of Pisa to prevent it from collapsing"
2.stabilise - become stable or more stable; "The economy stabilized"
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
steady down, take root, settle down, root, settle - become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style; "He finally settled down"
becalm, steady, calm - make steady; "steady yourself"
3.stabilise - make stable and keep from fluctuating or put into an equilibrium; "The drug stabilized her blood pressure"; "stabilize prices"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
peg - stabilize (the price of a commodity or an exchange rate) by legislation or market operations; "The weak currency was pegged to the US Dollar"
destabilise, destabilize - make unstable; "Terrorism destabilized the government"
Translations
يُثَبِّت، يَحْفَظ تَوازُن
gera stöîugan, festa, stilla

stable1

(ˈsteibl) adjective
(negative unstable).
1. firm and steady or well-balanced. This chair isn't very stable.
2. firmly established and likely to last. a stable government.
3. (of a person or his character) unlikely to become unreasonably upset or hysterical. She's the only stable person in the whole family.
4. (of a substance) not easily decomposed.
stability (stəˈbi-) noun
the quality of being stable.
ˈstabilize, ˈstabilise (-bi-) verb
to make (more) stable. He put a wedge of paper under the table to stabilize it.
ˌstabiliˈzation, ˌstabiliˈsation noun
References in periodicals archive ?
Commerzbank AG (contact: Ian Turner; telephone: 44-207-475-1817) hereby announces that the Stabilising Manager(s) named below may stabilise the offer of the following securities in accordance with Commission Regulation (EC) No.
Managers named below may stabilise the offer of the following securities
Earnings from the with-profits fund, the group's largest contributor of earnings (46% of 2004 consolidated operating profits), begin to stabilise due to the impact of the reduced bonus declarations of recent years.