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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
static /'stætiks/ (statical) /'stætiksəl/
  • tính từ
    • tĩnh, (thuộc) tĩnh học
      • static pressure: áp lực tĩnh
      • static electricity: tĩnh điện
Concise Dictionary
'stætɪk
noun
+a crackling or hissing noise cause by electrical interference
+angry criticism
adj.
+not active or moving
+not in physical motion
+concerned with or producing or caused by static electricity
+showing little if any change

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 immovable, immobile, unmoving, motionless, stationary, fixed, stagnant, inert, still, unchanging, unchanged, changeless, unvarying, invariable, constant:
The situation remained static for years. A living language is not static but dynamic.
n.
2 interference, noise, atmospherics; difficulty or difficulties, trouble, problem(s), Colloq flak:
With all the static, I couldn't understand what she was saying. You can expect some static about being late for your wedding.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, noun
+ adjective
1 not moving, changing or developing: The balance sheet provides a static picture of the financial position at a point in time. + Prices on the stock market, which have been static, are now rising again. + a static population level
2 (physics) (of a force) acting as a weight but not producing movement: static pressure
Antonym: DYNAMIC
+ noun [U]
1 noise or other effects that disturb radio or television signals and are caused by particular conditions in the atmosphere
2 (also static electricity) electricity that gathers on or in an object which cannot CONDUCT a current: My hair gets full of static when I brush it.
3 (statics) the science that deals with the forces that balance each other to keep objects in a state of rest
Compare: DYNAMICS
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be, seem | become | remain, stay

ADV.

very | completely, totally | far from | almost, largely, more or less, virtually
The population remained more or less static.
| essentially | fairly, rather, relatively, somewhat
The economy is fairly static at the moment.


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