English to Portuguese Meaning :: stagnate

Stagnate :
estagnar
estagnar, estacionar, não se desenvolver - estagnarestagnarestagnouestagnaestagnação
 
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Verb(1) Stand still(2) Cause to stagnate(3) Cease to flow(4) Stand without moving(5) Be idle(6) Exist in a changeless situation(7) Deteriorate by lack of action

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(1) The region is economically and politically stagnant , with endemic poverty.(2) Ryder pointed to the lack of strong and cohesive global rules on company behaviour as a major factor in the stagnant world economy.(3) Generally, economic growth is stagnant at best, and at worst it goes into contraction.(4) Her matted hair billowed out a bit as the stagnant unimaginably foul smelling air started to flow past them.(5) The hot weather has been the main contributor to the rise in cases of wildlife being killed by botulism, which thrives in stagnant , warm water.(6) Over the past few years, the economy has boomed while wages have remained stagnant .(7) The remaining 82 percent said capital spending would remain stagnant or decline.(8) We walked for an hour and a half or so, well beyond the limits of the town to the point where the road and pavement came to an undignified end by a stony beach and a hollow of stagnant water.(9) If your water has been stagnant for some time, treat it before you drink it.(10) During the floods, Mr Rushworth saw his cellar fill with ten feet of stagnant flood water.(11) Note that blight is not restricted to stagnant or declining regions and cities.(12) The body politic is stagnant , its membership mediocre and undeservedly self-satisfied.(13) It is a chance to bring major foreign investment to one of Europe's most economically stagnant regions.(14) A successful economy is attractive for foreign investors; they do not usually go to a stagnant economy.(15) According to experts, stagnant water may become breeding grounds for mosquitoes.(16) Profits remained similarly depressed, with performance in the European market stagnant .
Synonyms
Verb
1. stop flowing ::
parar de fluir
2. languish ::
definhar
3. slug ::
lesma
Antonyms
1. Work
  
2. Grow
  
3. Strengthen
  
Different Forms
stagnate, stagnated, stagnates, stagnating
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