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stability
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
stability /stə'biliti/
  • danh từ
    • sự vững vàng, sự vững chắc; sự ổn định (giá cả...)
    • sự kiên định, sự kiên quyết
    • (vật lý) tính ổn định, tính bền; độ ổn định, độ bền
      • frequency stability: độ ổn định tần
      • muclear stability: tính bền của hạt nhân
Concise Dictionary
stabilitiesstə'bɪlətɪ
noun
+the quality or attribute of being firm and steadfast
+a stable order
+the quality of being enduring and free from change or variation

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 steadiness, solidity, firmness, soundness, sturdiness, strength:
These flimsy structures are not known for their stability.
2 steadfastness, constancy, dependability, reliability, tenacity, resolve, resoluteness, perseverance, determination, persistence, durability, lasting quality, solidity, permanence:
The stability of the government was in doubt as the crisis continued.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U] the quality or state of being steady and not changing or being disturbed in any way (= the quality of being STABLE): political / economic / social stability + the stability of the dollar on the world's money markets + price stability + Being back with their family should provide emotional stability for the children. + The country is now enjoying a period of relative stability and prosperity.
Antonym: INSTABILITY
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

greater | relative | long-term | internal | economic, financial, monetary, price | political, social | emotional

VERB + STABILITY

achieve, bring, ensure, give sb, provide (sb with)
The policy should bring greater monetary stability to the country.
| lack | threaten, undermine | maintain, preserve

PHRASES

a period of stability
The country was enjoying a period of political stability.
| a threat to stability
The conflict is becoming a threat to stability in the region.



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