Lagarde said much had been done to stabilize the shaky European economy, but much remains to be done.
Last weekend politicians in Madrid and Brussels moved to try to stabilize Spain before the Greek elections.
Obviously, actions taken here will influence ongoing efforts across the Atlantic to stabilize the Eurozone—and visa versa.
A doctor was lowered into the wreckage to stabilize him before he was lifted out.
Hopefully, those critically ill at present will stabilize and the death toll will stay at three.
Continual improvement, but neither we nor Centaurus can stop designing long enough to stabilize for production.
Must mingle other atoms with those before they stabilize in our plane.
Only—the immigrant tide must at all costs be stopped and America given a chance to stabilize her ethnic being.
Officials anticipate that the rural population will stabilize and that most future increases will be to the towns and cities.
In horror he sought to clutch the evaporating structure to him and stabilize it once again.
stabilize sta·bi·lize (stā'bə-līz')
v. sta·bi·lized, sta·bi·liz·ing, sta·bi·liz·es
To bring to or reach a stable or steadfast state.