stated

[ stey-tid ]
/ ˈsteɪ tɪd /

adjective

fixed or settled: a stated price.
explicitly set forth; declared as fact.
recognized or official.

Nearby words

  1. state's attorney,
  2. state's evidence,
  3. state-dependent learning,
  4. state-of-the-art,
  5. statecraft,
  6. stated case,
  7. statedly,
  8. statehood,
  9. statehooder,
  10. statehouse

Origin of stated

First recorded in 1635–45; state + -ed2

Related formsstat·ed·ly, adverbun·stat·ed, adjectivewell-stat·ed, adjective

state

[ steyt ]
/ steɪt /

noun

adjective

verb (used with object), stat·ed, stat·ing.

Origin of state

1175–1225; Middle English stat (noun), partly aphetic variant of estat estate, partly < Latin status condition (see status); in defs 7–11 < Latin status (rērum) state (of things) or status (reī pūblicae) state (of the republic)

Related forms

Synonym study

1. State, condition, situation, status are terms for existing circumstances or surroundings. State is the general word, often with no concrete implications or material relationships: the present state of affairs. Condition carries an implication of a relationship to causes and circumstances: The conditions made flying impossible. Situation suggests an arrangement of circumstances, related to one another and to the character of a person: He was master of the situation. Status carries official or legal implications; it suggests a complete picture of interrelated circumstances as having to do with rank, position, standing, a stage reached in progress, etc.: the status of negotiations. 19. See maintain.

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British Dictionary definitions for stated

stated

/ (ˈsteɪtɪd) /

adjective

(esp of a sum) determined by agreement; fixed
explicitly formulated or narrateda stated argument

state

/ (steɪt) /

noun

adjective

verb (tr; may take a clause as object)

Derived Formsstatable or stateable, adjectivestatehood, noun

Word Origin for state

C13: from Old French estat, from Latin status a standing, from stāre to stand

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Word Origin and History for stated
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Medicine definitions for stated

state

[ stāt ]

n.

A condition or situation; status.

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Idioms and Phrases with stated

state

In addition to the idiom beginning with state

  • state of the art

also see:

  • in a lather (state)
  • in state
  • ship of state
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