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Definition of "stabilised" [stabilised]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of stabilise. (verb)

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Use "stabilised" in a sentence
  • "The next day, a Sunday, having "stabilised" the situation by running back-ups and making police statements, this young man went home and played computer games for 8 hours non-stop, and I am certain that that was for him a highly efficient way of "integrating" shock and fright."
  • ""We believe it is essential to put all the cards on the table so that we deal with the reality and not perceptions of a 'stabilised' system," Democratic Alliance education spokeswoman Helen Zille said."
  • "A snapshot of HIV diagnoses in 25 US states showed that the infection rate had "stabilised" at roughly 16,600 annually between"
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