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stationary

fixed; standing still; not movable; not changing: Inflation has remained stationary.
Not to be confused with:
stationery – writing paper; writing materials: I ordered personalized stationery.

sta·tion·ar·y

 (stā′shə-nĕr′ē)
adj.
1.
a. Not moving.
b. Not capable of being moved; fixed.
2. Unchanging: a stationary sound.
n. pl. sta·tion·ar·ies
One that is stationary.

[Middle English stacionarie, from Old French stationnaire, from Medieval Latin statiōnārius, from Latin, belonging to a military station, from statiō, statiōn-, station; see station.]

stationary

(ˈsteɪʃənərɪ)
adj
1. not moving; standing still
2. not able to be moved
3. showing no change: the doctors said his condition was stationary.
4. tending to remain in one place
[C15: from Latin statiōnārius, from statiō station]
ˈstationarily adv
ˈstationariness n
Usage: Avoid confusion with stationery

sta•tion•ar•y

(ˈsteɪ ʃəˌnɛr i)

adj., n., pl. ar•ies adj.
1. standing still; not moving.
2. having a fixed position; not movable.
3. established in one place; not itinerant or migratory.
4. remaining in the same condition or state; not changing.
n.
5. a person or thing that is stationary.
[1400–50; < Latin statiōnārius. See station, -ary]

stationary

stationery

Stationary and stationery are both pronounced /'steɪʃənəri/. However, their meanings are completely different.

1. 'stationary'

Stationary is an adjective. If a vehicle is stationary, it is not moving.

There was a stationary car in the middle of the street.
Only use the handbrake when your vehicle is stationary.
2. 'stationery'

Stationery is a noun. It refers to paper, envelopes, pens, and other equipment used for writing.

They sell books and stationery.
Get some envelopes from the office stationery cupboard.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stationary - standing still; "the car remained stationary with the engine running"
nonmoving, unmoving - not in motion
2.stationary - not capable of being moved; "stationary machinery"
fixed - securely placed or fastened or set; "a fixed piece of wood"; "a fixed resistor"

stationary

adjective motionless, standing, at a standstill, parked, fixed, moored, static, inert, unmoving, stock-still The train was stationary for 90 minutes.
moving, travelling, mobile, shifting, variable, volatile, unstable, changeable, inconstant
Usage: This word, which is always an adjective, is occasionally wrongly used where `paper products' are meant: in the stationery (not stationary) cupboard.

stationary

adjective
Translations
مُتَوَقِّف، مُسْتَقِر
nehybný
stationærstillestående
kyrrstæîur
固定された変わらない止まっている静止した
mirujoč

stationary

[ˈsteɪʃənərɪ] ADJinmóvil; (= not movable) → parado, estacionario
to remain stationaryquedarse inmóvil

stationary

[ˈsteɪʃənəri] adj [car, traffic] → à l'arrêtstation break n (US)page f de publicité

stationary

adj (= not moving) carparkend attr, → haltend attr; (= not movable)fest (→ stehend attr); (Space, Comput etc) → stationär; to be stationary (vehicles) → stehen; (traffic, fig) → stillstehen; to remain stationarysich nicht bewegen; (traffic) → stillstehen

stationary

[ˈsteɪʃnrɪ] adj (gen) → fermo/a, immobile; (vehicle) → in sosta; (temperature, condition) → stazionario/a; (not movable) → fisso/a
to remain stationary → rimanere fermo/a
stationary point (Math) → punto di stazionarietà

station

(ˈsteiʃən) noun
1. a place with a ticket office, waiting rooms etc, where trains, buses or coaches stop to allow passengers to get on or off. a bus station; She arrived at the station in good time for her train.
2. a local headquarters or centre of work of some kind. How many fire-engines are kept at the fire station?; a radio station; Where is the police station?; military/naval stations.
3. a post or position (eg of a guard or other person on duty). The watchman remained at his station all night.
verb
to put (a person, oneself, troops etc in a place or position to perform some duty). He stationed himself at the corner of the road to keep watch; The regiment is stationed abroad.
ˈstationary adjective
standing still, not moving. a stationary vehicle.

stationary

a. estacionario-a, estacionado-a, que permanece en una posición fija.
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