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state

 (stāt)
n.
1.
a. A condition or mode of being, as with regard to circumstances: The office was in a state of confusion.
b. A condition of being in a stage or form, as of structure, growth, or development: the fetal state.
c. A mental or emotional condition: in a manic state.
d. Informal A condition of excitement or distress: was in a state over going to the prom.
e. Social position or rank.
2. Physics The condition of a physical system with regard to phase, form, composition, or structure: Ice is the solid state of water.
3. Ceremony; pomp: foreign leaders dining in state at the White House.
4.
a. The supreme public power within a sovereign political entity: the state intervening in the economy.
b. The sphere of supreme civil power within a given polity: matters of state.
c. A specific kind of government: the socialist state.
d. A body politic, especially one constituting a nation: the states of Eastern Europe.
e. One of the more or less internally autonomous territorial and political units composing a federation under a sovereign government: the 48 contiguous states of the Union.
adj.
1. Of or relating to a body politic or to an internally autonomous territorial or political unit constituting a federation under one government: a monarch dealing with state matters; the department that handles state security.
2. Owned and operated by a state: state universities.
tr.v. stat·ed, stat·ing, states
To set forth in words; declare.

[Middle English, from Old French estat, from Latin status; see stā- in Indo-European roots.]

stat′a·ble, state′a·ble adj.
Synonyms: state, condition, situation, status
These nouns denote the mode of being or form of existence of a person or thing: an old factory in a state of disrepair; a jogger in healthy condition; a police officer responding to a dangerous situation; the uncertain status of the peace negotiations.

stated

(ˈsteɪtɪd)
adj
1. (esp of a sum) determined by agreement; fixed
2. explicitly formulated or narrated: a stated argument.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stated - declared as fact; explicitly stated
explicit, expressed - precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable; leaving nothing to implication; "explicit instructions"; "she made her wishes explicit"; "explicit sexual scenes"
Translations

stated

[ˈsteɪtɪd] ADJ
1. (= indicated) → indicado, señalado
on the stated dateen la fecha indicada or señalada
do not exceed the stated doseno exceda la dosis indicada or señalada
the sum statedla cantidad establecida
2. (= declared) [aim, purpose] → expresado
the organization's stated aim is to improve communicationsla intención expresada por la organización es la de mejorar las comunicaciones
3. (= fixed) [limit] → establecido
within stated limitsdentro de límites establecidos
at the stated timea la hora señalada
within the stated timedentro del plazo fijado or señalado

stated

[ˈsteɪtɪd] adj [dose] → prescrit(e); [date, sum] → fixé(e)
Do not exceed the stated dose → Ne pas dépasser la dose prescrite.State Department n (US)Département m d'Étatministère m des Affaires étrangèresstate education n (British)enseignement m publicstate-enrolled nurse n (British)aide-soignant(e) mfstate funeral nfunérailles fpl nationales

stated

adj
(= declared) sum, dateangegeben, genannt; limitsbestimmt
(= fixed, regular) times, amountfest(gesetzt); at the stated intervalsin den festgelegten Abständen; on the date statedzum festgesetzten Termin

stated

[ˈsteɪtɪd] adjstabilito/a, fissato/a
within stated limits → entro i limiti stabiliti
References in classic literature ?
It stated with fervour a great many things I had lately discovered.
It would seem that the domestics had been previously instructed; for, instead of penetrating the thicket, they followed the route of the column; a measure which Heyward stated had been dictated by the sagacity of their guide, in order to diminish the marks of their trail, if, haply, the Canadian savages should be lurking so far in advance of their army.
Care must be had nevertheless, to put the child to due and stated examination in the catechism, at thy hands or Master Dimmesdale's.
Running down stairs, I quickly stated my suspicions to the first person i met --the chambermaid.
Whereas, in the days of the old Canadian and Indian hunters and trappers of the West, when the far west (in whose sunset suns still rise) was a wilderness and a virgin, the same number of moccasined men, for the same number of months, mounted on horse instead of sailing in ships, would have slain not forty, but forty thousand and more buffaloes; a fact that, if need were, could be statistically stated.
Harry had been helping his father since the early morning, and had stated his opinion that I should turn out a "regular brick".
Oh," said Jurgis, wonderingly, and stated at the speaker in awe.
As we before stated, the two were in the midst of an earnest conversation.
But the walking of which I speak has nothing in it akin to taking exercise, as it is called, as the sick take medicine at stated hours--as the Swinging of dumb-bells or chairs; but is itself the enterprise and adventure of the day.
One comprehends how undisturbed he was, and how safe from any danger of interruption, when it is stated that he even carried off a unicorn's horn--a mere curiosity--which would not pass through the egress entire, but had to be sawn in two-- a bit of work which cost him hours of tedious labor.
And he made every one of them tell him a tale every night; and he kept that up till he had hogged a thousand and one tales that way, and then he put them all in a book, and called it Domesday Book -- which was a good name and stated the case.
Friday afternoon was always the time chosen for dialogues, songs, and recitations, but it cannot be stated that it was a gala day in any true sense of the word.