1(Of water or air) cease to flow or move; become stagnant.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- Pointed out was the fact that due to the closure of these sluice gates there was no flow of water, resulting in water stagnating in the khazan lands.
- ‘So every time it rains, water stagnates there, creating breeding grounds for mosquitoes carrying the malaria virus,’ he added.
- The still waters stagnate as discarded bottles float to the surface.
1.1Cease developing; become inactive or dull: teaching can easily stagnate into a set of routines (as adjective stagnating) stagnating consumer confidence
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- It does not require an Einstein to see that traffic does not flow it stagnates around Chippenham.
- Relationships have to keep moving forward or they stagnate and die.
- The exchange rate went up, and the economy stagnated for six years.
Mid 17th century: from Latin stagnat- 'settled as a still pool', from the verb stagnare, from stagnum 'pool'.
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Saltos de línea: stag|nate
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