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stabile

[ adjective stey-bil, -buhl or, especially British, -bahyl; noun stey-beel or, especially British, -bahyl ]
/ adjective ˈsteɪ bɪl, -bəl or, especially British, -baɪl; noun ˈsteɪ bil or, especially British, -baɪl /
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adjective
fixed in position; stable.
Medicine/Medical. resistant to physical or chemical changes.
noun
a piece of abstract sculpture having immobile units constructed of sheet metal, wire, or other material and attached to fixed supports.Compare mobile (def. 10).
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Origin of stabile

1790–1800; <Latin: neuter of stabilis, equivalent to sta- (stem of stāre to stand) + -bilis-ble

OTHER WORDS FROM stabile

non·sta·bile, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for stabile

stabile
/ (ˈsteɪbaɪl) /

noun
arts a stationary abstract construction, usually of wire, metal, wood, etcCompare mobile (def. 6a)
adjective
fixed; stable
resistant to chemical change

Word Origin for stabile

C18: from Latin stabilis
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