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still 1

 (stĭl)
adj. still·er, still·est
1.
a. Not moving or in motion: The patient must be still for the doctor to work.
b. Free from disturbance, agitation, or commotion: the still waters of the lake.
c. Of or relating to a single or static photograph as opposed to a movie.
2. Making or characterized by no sound or faint sound: The crowd cheered and then grew still. See Synonyms at quiet.
3. Not carbonated; lacking effervescence: a still wine.
n.
1. Silence; quiet: the still of the night.
2. A still photograph, especially one taken from a scene of a movie and used for promotional purposes.
3. A still-life picture.
adv.
1. Without movement; motionlessly: stand still.
2.
a. At the present time; for the present: We are still waiting.
b. Up to or at a specified time; yet: still had not made up her mind.
c. At a future time; eventually: may still see the error of his ways.
3. In increasing amount or degree; even: and still further complaints.
4. In addition; besides: had still another helping.
5. All the same; nevertheless.
v. stilled, still·ing, stills
v.tr.
1. To make motionless or unagitated: The afternoon heat stilled the breeze.
2. To make quiet; silence: "a ... cold wind that stilled even the chorus of insects" (David Campbell).
3. To allay or calm: The parents stilled their child's fears of the dark.
v.intr.
To become still.
Idiom:
still and all
Informal After taking everything into consideration; nevertheless; however: Still and all, our objective can be achieved.

[Middle English, from Old English stille; see stel- in Indo-European roots.]

still′ness n.

still 2

 (stĭl)
n.
1. An apparatus for distilling liquids, such as alcohols, consisting of a vessel in which the substance is vaporized by heat and a cooling device in which the vapor is condensed.
2. A distillery.

[From Middle English stillen, to distill, from distillen; see distill.]

still

(stɪl)
adj
1. (usually predicative) motionless; stationary
2. undisturbed or tranquil; silent and calm
3. (Brewing) not sparkling or effervescent: a still wine.
4. gentle or quiet; subdued
5. (Pathology) obsolete (of a child) dead at birth
adv
6. continuing now or in the future as in the past: do you still love me?.
7. up to this or that time; yet: I still don't know your name.
8. (often used with a comparative) even or yet: still more insults.
9. quiet or without movement: sit still.
10. (Poetry) poetic dialect always
n
11. (Poetry) poetic silence or tranquillity: the still of the night.
12. (Photography)
a. a still photograph, esp of a scene from a motion-picture film
b. (as modifier): a still camera.
vb
13. to make or become still, quiet, or calm
14. (tr) to allay or relieve: her fears were stilled.
sentence connector
even then; nevertheless: the child has some new toys and still cries.
[Old English stille; related to Old Saxon, Old High German stilli, Dutch stollen to curdle, Sanskrit sthānús immobile]
ˈstillness n

still

(stɪl)
n
1. (Chemistry) an apparatus for carrying out distillation, consisting of a vessel in which a mixture is heated, a condenser to turn the vapour back to liquid, and a receiver to hold the distilled liquid, used esp in the manufacture of spirits
2. (Brewing) a place where spirits are made; distillery
[C16: from Old French stiller to drip, from Latin stillāre, from stilla a drip; see distil]

still1

(stɪl)

adj. , still•er, still•est,
n., adv., conj., v. adj.
1. remaining in place or at rest; motionless; stationary: to stand still.
2. free from sound or noise.
3. subdued or low in sound; hushed.
4. free from turbulence or commotion; calm.
5. not flowing, as water.
6. not effervescent, as wine.
7. noting or used for making single photographs, as opposed to a motion picture.
n.
8. calmness or silence: the still of the night.
9. a single photographic print, as one of the frames of a motion-picture film.
adv.
10. at this or that time; as previously: Are you still here?
11. up to this or that time; as yet.
12. in the future as in the past.
13. even; in addition; yet (used to emphasize a comparative): still greater riches.
14. even then; yet; nevertheless.
15. without sound or movement; quietly: Sit still!
16. at or to a greater distance or degree.
17. Archaic. steadily; constantly; always.
conj.
18. and yet; but yet; nevertheless: It was futile, still they fought.
v.t.
19. to silence or hush (sounds, voices, etc.).
20. to calm, appease, or allay.
21. to subdue or cause to subside.
v.i.
22. to become still or quiet.
Idioms:
still and all, nonetheless.
[before 900; Old English stille, c. Old High German stilli; (v.) Middle English styllen, Old English stillan; akin to stall1]
still′ness, n.
syn: See but1.

still2

(stɪl)

n.
1. a distilling apparatus.
2. a distillery.
v.t., v.i.
3. to distill.
[1250–1300; (v.) Middle English stillen, aph. variant of distillen to distill; (n.) derivative of the v.]

still

Still is most commonly used to say that a situation continues to exist.

1. position in sentence
  • You usually put still after the first auxiliary verb in a verb phrase. For example, you say 'He was still waiting'. Don't say 'He still was waiting'.
He could still get into serious trouble.
I've still got $10 left.
  • If there is no auxiliary verb, you put still in front of the verb, unless the verb is be.
She still lives in London.
I still need more money.
  • If the verb is be, you put still after it.
She was still beautiful.
There is still a chance the plan could fail.
  • In conversation, still is sometimes put at the end of a sentence.
We have a lot to do still.

Don't use 'still' with this meaning at the beginning of a sentence. Don't say, for example 'Still we have a lot to do'.

2. used with 'even if'

Still is often used in sentences that begin with even if or even though.

Even if they change the system, they've still got a problem to solve.
See even
3. used in negative clauses

You can use still in a negative clause for emphasis. Still goes in front of the first auxiliary verb in the clause.

I still don't understand.
I still didn't know her name.

Don't use 'still' in a negative clause simply to say that something has not happened up to the present time. The word you use is yet. Yet goes after not or at the end of the clause.

I haven't yet met his wife.
It isn't dark yet.
See yet

still


Past participle: stilled
Gerund: stilling

Imperative
still
still
Present
I still
you still
he/she/it stills
we still
you still
they still
Preterite
I stilled
you stilled
he/she/it stilled
we stilled
you stilled
they stilled
Present Continuous
I am stilling
you are stilling
he/she/it is stilling
we are stilling
you are stilling
they are stilling
Present Perfect
I have stilled
you have stilled
he/she/it has stilled
we have stilled
you have stilled
they have stilled
Past Continuous
I was stilling
you were stilling
he/she/it was stilling
we were stilling
you were stilling
they were stilling
Past Perfect
I had stilled
you had stilled
he/she/it had stilled
we had stilled
you had stilled
they had stilled
Future
I will still
you will still
he/she/it will still
we will still
you will still
they will still
Future Perfect
I will have stilled
you will have stilled
he/she/it will have stilled
we will have stilled
you will have stilled
they will have stilled
Future Continuous
I will be stilling
you will be stilling
he/she/it will be stilling
we will be stilling
you will be stilling
they will be stilling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stilling
you have been stilling
he/she/it has been stilling
we have been stilling
you have been stilling
they have been stilling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stilling
you will have been stilling
he/she/it will have been stilling
we will have been stilling
you will have been stilling
they will have been stilling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stilling
you had been stilling
he/she/it had been stilling
we had been stilling
you had been stilling
they had been stilling
Conditional
I would still
you would still
he/she/it would still
we would still
you would still
they would still
Past Conditional
I would have stilled
you would have stilled
he/she/it would have stilled
we would have stilled
you would have stilled
they would have stilled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.still - a static photograph (especially one taken from a movie and used for advertising purposes)still - a static photograph (especially one taken from a movie and used for advertising purposes); "he wanted some stills for a magazine ad"
photo, photograph, pic, exposure, picture - a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material
2.still - (poetic) tranquil silence; "the still of the night"
silence, quiet - the absence of sound; "he needed silence in order to sleep"; "the street was quiet"
poesy, poetry, verse - literature in metrical form
3.still - an apparatus used for the distillation of liquids; consists of a vessel in which a substance is vaporized by heat and a condenser where the vapor is condensed
apparatus, setup - equipment designed to serve a specific function
Coffey still - a still consisting of an apparatus for the fractional distillation of ethanol from fermentation on an industrial scale
condenser - an apparatus that converts vapor into liquid
retort - a vessel where substances are distilled or decomposed by heat
4.still - a plant and works where alcoholic drinks are made by distillationstill - a plant and works where alcoholic drinks are made by distillation
Coffey still - a still consisting of an apparatus for the fractional distillation of ethanol from fermentation on an industrial scale
industrial plant, plant, works - buildings for carrying on industrial labor; "they built a large plant to manufacture automobiles"
winery, wine maker - distillery where wine is made
Verb1.still - make calm or stillstill - make calm or still; "quiet the dragons of worry and fear"
lull - calm by deception; "Don't let yourself be lulled into a false state of security"
compose - calm (someone, especially oneself); make quiet; "She had to compose herself before she could reply to this terrible insult"
appease, assuage, conciliate, gentle, gruntle, lenify, mollify, pacify, placate - cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of; "She managed to mollify the angry customer"
reassure, assure - cause to feel sure; give reassurance to; "The airline tried to reassure the customers that the planes were safe"
comfort, console, solace, soothe - give moral or emotional strength to
2.still - cause to be quiet or not talk; "Please silence the children in the church!"
shush - silence (someone) by uttering `shush!'
conquer, inhibit, stamp down, suppress, subdue, curb - to put down by force or authority; "suppress a nascent uprising"; "stamp down on littering"; "conquer one's desires"
lull, calm down - become quiet or less intensive; "the fighting lulled for a moment"
shout down - silence or overwhelm by shouting
pipe down, quiesce, quiet, quiet down, quieten, hush - become quiet or quieter; "The audience fell silent when the speaker entered"
gag, muzzle - prevent from speaking out; "The press was gagged"
3.still - lessen the intensity of or calmstill - lessen the intensity of or calm; "The news eased my conscience"; "still the fears"
comfort, console, solace, soothe - give moral or emotional strength to
abreact - discharge bad feelings or tension through verbalization
4.still - make motionless
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"
Adj.1.still - not in physical motion; "the inertia of an object at rest"
nonmoving, unmoving - not in motion
2.still - marked by absence of sound; "a silent house"; "soundless footsteps on the grass"; "the night was still"
quiet - free of noise or uproar; or making little if any sound; "a quiet audience at the concert"; "the room was dark and quiet"
3.still - (of a body of water) free from disturbance by heavy waves; "a ribbon of sand between the angry sea and the placid bay"; "the quiet waters of a lagoon"; "a lake of tranquil blue water reflecting a tranquil blue sky"; "a smooth channel crossing"; "scarcely a ripple on the still water"; "unruffled water"
calm - (of weather) free from storm or wind; "calm seas"
4.still - used of pictures; of a single or static photograph not presented so as to create the illusion of motion; or representing objects not capable of motion; "a still photograph"; "Cezanne's still life of apples"
moving - used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion; "Her ambition was to be in moving pictures or `the movies'"
5.still - not sparkling; "a still wine"; "still mineral water"
effervescent, sparkling - used of wines and waters; charged naturally or artificially with carbon dioxide; "sparkling wines"; "sparkling water"
6.still - free from noticeable current; "a still pond"; "still waters run deep"
standing - (of fluids) not moving or flowing; "mosquitoes breed in standing water"
Adv.1.still - with reference to action or condition; without change, interruption, or cessation; "it's still warm outside"; "will you still love me when we're old and grey?"
no longer, no more - not now; "she is no more"
2.still - despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession); "although I'm a little afraid, however I'd like to try it"; "while we disliked each other, nevertheless we agreed"; "he was a stern yet fair master"; "granted that it is dangerous, all the same I still want to go"
3.still - to a greater degree or extent; used with comparisons; "looked sick and felt even worse"; "an even (or still) more interesting problem"; "still another problem must be solved"; "a yet sadder tale"
4.still - without moving or making a sound; "he sat still as a statue"; "time stood still"; "they waited stock-still outside the door"; "he couldn't hold still any longer"

still

adjective
2. silent, quiet, hushed, noiseless, stilly (poetic) The night air was very still.
silent noisy
verb
1. quieten, calm, subdue, settle, quiet, silence, soothe, hush, alleviate, lull, tranquillize Her crying slowly stilled. The people's voice has been stilled.
quieten get louder, increase, get worse
noun
1. (Poetic) stillness, peace, quiet, silence, hush, tranquillity It was the only noise in the still of the night.
stillness noise, clamour, uproar, hubbub, bustle
adverb
1. continue to, yet, even now, up until now, up to this time I still dream of home.
2. however, but, yet, nevertheless, for all that, notwithstanding Despite the ruling, he was still found guilty. It won't be easy. Still, I'll do my best.

still

adjective
1. Marked by, done with, or making no sound or noise:
Archaic: hush.
3. Motionless and undisturbed:
4. Marked by an absence of circulating air:
noun
The absence of sound or noise:
adverb
2. To a more extreme degree:
3. In spite of a preceding event or consideration:
Informal: still and all.
verb
1. To cause to become silent:
2. To make or become calm:
Translations
حَتّى، مع ذلكسَاكِنساكِنصورَه أو لَقْطَة من فبْمغَيْر فَوّار
stáletichýještěklidnýnehybný
stadigstillestillfotoalligevelbillede
paigal
yhäedelleenliikkumatonsiltivielä
još uvijeknepomičan
enn, ennòágoslausjafnvelkyrrmynd, stakur rammi úr kvikmynd
まだもっとより依然として
아직움직이지 않는
kadrsklussmierīgsnegāzētsrāms
nogstiltochnog steeds
aindaimóvelmesmo assimainda assim
încă
nešumivý
šeše vednostoječ
ännufortfarandelugnstillaän
นิ่งยังคง
vẫnyên

still

1 [stɪl]
A. ADJ (stiller (compar) (stillest (superl)))
1. (= motionless) [person, hands] → inmóvil, quieto; [air] → en calma, manso; [water] → quieto, manso
try to hold it stillintenta que no se te mueva
to keep stillquedarse quieto
keep still!¡no te muevas!¡quédate quieto!
to lie still she lay stillestaba tendida sin moverse
to sit/stand still (lit) → estarse quieto
sit/stand still!¡estáte quieto!¡quieto!
time stood stillel tiempo se detuvo
her heart stood stillse le paró el corazón
still waters run deeplas apariencias engañan, es más inteligente de lo que parece
2. (= quiet, calm) [place, night] → tranquilo, silencioso
all was stilltodo estaba en calma
a still, small voiceuna voz queda
3. (= not fizzy) [orange drink, mineral water] → sin gas
B. N
1. (= quiet) in the still of the nighten el silencio de la noche
2. (Cine) → fotograma m
C. VT
1. (liter) (= silence) [+ protest, voice] → acallar; (= calm) [+ waves] → calmar; [+ storm] → calmar, apaciguar
he wanted to still the gossiping tonguesquería acallar los rumores
2. (= allay) [+ doubt, fear] → disipar; [+ anger] → aplacar
D. VIapagarse
the roar of the crowd stilled to an expectant murmurel rugido de la multitud se apagó hasta convertirse en un murmullo de expectación
E. CPD still life N (Art) → naturaleza f muerta, bodegón m
see also still-life

still

2 [stɪl] ADV
1. (= up to this/that time) → todavía, aún
she still lives in Londontodavía or aún vive en Londres, sigue viviendo en Londres
I still don't understandsigo sin entendertodavía or aún no lo entiendo
you could still change your mindtodavía or aún puedes cambiar de idea
I was very angry, I still amestaba muy enfadado, todavía or aún lo estoy
I've still got three lefttodavía or aún me quedan tres
there are still two morequedan dos mástodavía or aún quedan dos
2. (= nevertheless, all the same) → aun así, de todas formas
I didn't win, still, it's been a good experienceno he ganado, pero aun así or de todas formas or con todo, ha sido una buena experiencia
I'm still going, even if it rainsiré de todas formas, incluso si llueve
his mother was Canadian, Irish-Canadian, but still Canadiansu madre era canadiense, irlandesa y canadiense, pero con todo or aun así canadiense
still, it was worth itpero en fin, valió la pena
whatever they have done, they are still your parentsa pesar de todo lo que han hecho, siguen siendo tus padres
3. (= besides, in addition) → todavía, aún
the next day there were still more problemsal día siguiente había todavía or aún más problemas
the hall was full and there were still more people waiting outsideel vestíbulo estaba lleno y había todavía or aún más gente esperando fuera
still another possibility would be toe incluso otra posibilidad sería ...
4. (with compar) (= even) → todavía, aún
more serious still; still more seriousaún or todavía más grave, más grave aún or todavía
you need a rest, better still, have a holidaynecesitas un descanso, mejor todavía or aún, tómate unas vacaciones
worse still, the disease seems to be spreading(lo que es) peor todavía or aún, la enfermedad parece propagarse
STILL
 Translate still relating to time using todavía or aún (with an accent):
They are still working for the same company Todavía or Aún están trabajando en la misma empresa
NOTE Both todavía and aún normally come before the verb group in this meaning.
 Alternatively, use seguir + ((GERUND)) (with or without todavía/aún):
Siguen or Todavía siguen or Aún siguen trabajando en la misma empresa
 Still with more, less and other comparatives is normally translated by todavía or aún (with an accent):
More important still are the peace talks Todavía or Aún más importantes son las negociaciones de paz He lowered his voice still further Bajó la voz todavía or aún más Within a couple of weeks matters got still worse Al cabo de dos semanas los problemas empeoraron todavía or aún más
! Whenever it is synonymous with todavía, aún carries an accent.

still

3 [stɪl] N (for alcohol) → alambique m

still

[ˈstɪl]
adj
(= motionless) [person] → immobile
His hands were never still
BUT Ses mains ne cessaient jamais de bouger.
keep still! → ne bouge pas!
to stand still [person] → se tenir immobile
to sit still (= not move) → rester assis(e) sans bouger (= not fidget) → rester tranquille
sit still! → reste tranquille!
(= not moving) [water, air] → immobile
The night air was very still
BUT C'était une nuit sans aucun vent.
(= calm) [room, house, streets, countryside] → silencieux/euse
In the room it was very still → Un grand calme régnait dans la pièce.
(British) (not fizzy) [drink] → non gazeux/euse; [water] → plat(e)
adv
(= up to this time) → encore, toujours
He still hasn't arrived → Il n'est pas encore arrivé., Il n'est toujours pas arrivé.
I still haven't finished → Je n'ai pas encore fini., Je n'ai toujours pas fini.
Are you still in bed? → Tu es encore au lit?, Tu es toujours au lit?
She still lives in London → Elle vit encore à Londres., Elle vit toujours à Londres.
(expressing what is yet to happen)encore
The details have still to be worked out → Les détails doivent encore être réglés.
There are ten whole weeks of term still to go → Il reste encore dix semaines entières dans ce trimestre.
(= nonetheless) → quand même, tout de même
She knows I don't like it, but she still does it → Elle sait que je n'aime pas ça, mais elle le fait quand même.
(= anyway) → malgré tout
Still, it's the thought that counts
BUT Enfin, c'est l'intention qui compte.
(in comparisons) (= even) → encore
better still → encore mieux
n (from film)instantané m

still

:
stillbirth
nTotgeburt f
stillborn
adj (lit, fig)tot geboren; the child was stilldas Kind war eine Totgeburt, das Kind kam tot zur Welt
still hunt
n
(Hunt) → Pirschjagd f
(US inf fig) → heimliche Jagd (→ for auf +acc)
still life
n pl <still lifes> → Stillleben nt
still-life
adj attr a still picture/compositionein Stillleben nt

still

1
adj, adv (+er)
(= motionless)bewegungslos; personbewegungs- or reglos; sea, watersruhig; to keep stillstillhalten, sich nicht bewegen; to hold something stilletw ruhig or still halten; to be still (vehicle, measuring needle etc) → stillstehen; to lie stillstill or reglos daliegen; to stand/sit stillstill stehen/sitzen; my heart stood stillmir stockte das Herz; time stood stilldie Zeit stand still; his hands were never stillseine Hände ruhten nie; still waters run deep (Prov) → stille Wasser sind tief (Prov)
(= quiet, calm)still; be still! (US) → sei still!; a still small voiceein leises Stimmchen
adj winenicht moussierend; drinkohne Kohlensäure; a still photographein Standfoto nt
n
Stille f; in the still of the nightin der nächtlichen Stille, in der Stille der Nacht
(Film) → Standfoto nt; still(s) photographerFotograf(in) m(f)
vt (liter: = calm) → beruhigen; angerbesänftigen; soundszum Verstummen bringen; passion, painabklingen lassen, stillen; to still somebody’s fearsjdm die Furcht nehmen
visich legen; the roar of the crowd stilled to a murmurder Lärm der Menge legte sich zu einem Murmeln

still

2
adv
(temporal) → noch; (for emphasis, in exasperation, used on its own) → immer noch; (in negative sentences) → noch immer, immer noch; (= now as in the past)nach wie vor; is he still coming?kommt er noch?; she is still in the officesie ist noch im Büro; (with emphasis) → sie ist immer noch im Büro; do you mean you still don’t believe me?willst du damit sagen, dass du mir immer noch nicht or noch immer nicht glaubst?; it still hasn’t comees ist immer noch nicht gekommen; I will still be hereich werde noch da sein; will you still be here at 6?bist du um 6 noch da?; the results have still to be publisheddie Ergebnisse müssen (erst) noch veröffentlicht werden; the problems were still to comedie Probleme sollten erst noch kommen; there are ten weeks still to goes bleiben noch zehn Wochen; there will still be objections, no matter …es wird nach wie vor Einwände geben, egal
(esp US inf: also still and all: = nevertheless, all the same) → trotzdem; still, it was worth ites hat sich trotzdem gelohnt; still, he’s not a bad personna ja, er ist eigentlich kein schlechter Mensch; still, he is my brotherer ist trotz allem mein Bruder; rich but still not happyreich und doch nicht glücklich; still, at least we didn’t lose anythingna ja, wir haben wenigstens nichts dabei verloren; still, what can you expect?was kann man auch anderes erwarten?
(with comp) → noch; still betternoch besser; better still, do it this wayoder noch besser, mach es so; still more (so) because …und umso mehr, als …, und umso mehr, weil …; more serious still or still more serious is …noch ernster ist …; worse still, …schlimmer noch, …
conj(und) dennoch

still

3
nDestillierapparat m; (= small distillery)Brennerei f

still

1 [stɪl] adv
a. (up to now) → ancora
she's still in bed → è ancora a letto
it's past midnight and he still hasn't arrived → è mezzanotte passata e non è ancora arrivato
she still doesn't believe me → ancora non mi crede
b. (with comp, even) → ancora
still better, better still → meglio ancora
c. (nevertheless) → tuttavia, nonostante ciò
still, it was worth it → però, ne valeva la pena
she's still your sister → è pur sempre tua sorella

still

2 [stɪl]
1. adj (-er (comp) (-est (superl))) (motionless) → fermo/a, immobile; (quiet) → tranquillo/a, silenzioso/a; (orange juice) → non gassato/a
still mineral water → acqua minerale naturale
still waters run deep (Proverb) → le acque chete rovinano i ponti
2. n
a. in the still of the nightnel silenzio della notte
b. (Cine) → fotogramma m
3. adv to stand still, sit stillstare fermo/a
to hold still → tenersi fermo/a
keep still! → stai fermo!

still

3 [stɪl] n (for alcohol) → alambicco; (place) → distilleria

still1

(stil) adjective
1. without movement or noise. The city seems very still in the early morning; Please stand/sit/keep/hold still while I brush your hair!; still (= calm) water/weather.
2. (of drinks) not fizzy. still orange juice.
noun
a photograph selected from a cinema film. The magazine contained some stills from the new film.
ˈstillness noun
ˈstillborn adjective
dead when born. a stillborn baby.

still2

(stil) adverb
1. up to and including the present time, or the time mentioned previously. Are you still working for the same firm?; By Saturday he had still not / still hadn't replied to my letter.
2. nevertheless; in spite of that. Although the doctor told him to rest, he still went on working; This picture is not valuable – still, I like it.
3. even. He seemed very ill in the afternoon and in the evening looked still worse.

still

سَاكِن, لا يَزالُ nehybný, stále stadig, stille immer noch, regungslos ακίνητος, ακόμη quieto, todavía liikkumaton, yhä calme, encore još uvijek, nepomičan ancora, fermo まだ, 静かな 아직, 움직이지 않는 nog, stil stille cichy, wciąż ainda, imóvel неизменно, неподвижный ännu, lugn นิ่ง, ยังคง durgun, hala vẫn, yên 仍然, 静止的

still

a. inmóvil, quieto-a, tranquilo-a.
References in classic literature ?
Edna arose, cramped from lying so long and still in the hammock.
Still ignorant of the fate of those who had trusted to the aid of the swift current, he at first listened intently to any signal or sounds of alarm, which might announce the good or evil fortune of their hazardous undertaking.
I stopped still, and I believe I trembled; of course I did not turn round or run away; I was not brought up to that.
When the landlord learned that I and my agents were artists, our party rose perceptibly in his esteem; we rose still higher when he learned that we were making a pedestrian tour of Europe.
I set down again, a-shaking all over, and got out my pipe for a smoke; for the house was all as still as death now, and so the widow wouldn't know.
No -- better still, he would join the Indians, and hunt buffaloes and go on the warpath in the mountain ranges and the trackless great plains of the Far West, and away in the future come back a great chief, bristling with feathers, hideous with paint, and prance into Sunday- school, some drowsy summer morning, with a blood- curdling war-whoop, and sear the eyeballs of all his companions with unappeasable envy.
I was so disappointed not to hear Jake tell about the row in the sycamores, and how near he come to getting killed, that I couldn't seem to get over it, and Tom he felt the same, but said if we was in Jake's fix we would want to go careful and keep still and not take any chances.
Colin turned on his face again and but for his long-drawn broken breaths, which were the dying down of his storm of sobbing, he lay still for a minute, though great tears srteamed down his face and wet the pillow.
she said, with compassion in her tone, for she had immediately reflected that the dishonour must be felt still more keenly by her husband.
Moving the bicycle a little away, so that my operations upon it might not arouse her, I had soon made all right again, and when I laid it once more where she had left it, she was still sleeping as sound as ever.
This usage, with some differences we had with a Moor, made us very desirous of leaving this country, but we were still put off with one pretence or other whenever we asked leave to depart.
Suddenly there was a flash of light, and a quantity of luminous greenish smoke came out of the pit in three distinct puffs, which drove up, one after the other, straight into the still air.