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
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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.
Best believes that Prudential's consolidated risk-adjusted capitalisation is deteriorating due to the increased volumes of high-risk equity-backed products but will stabilise to levels commensurate with the current rating.