Traducción de stabilize en Español:


estabilizar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈsteɪbəˌlaɪz//ˈsteɪbɪlʌɪz/

verbo transitivo

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    • Oil prices appeared to have stabilised and were likely to have a lasting effect on inflation in the future.
    • Socially and politically, poor relief was a means of stabilizing the existing social order and preventing unrest.
    • In summary, the programme of reforms aimed to stabilize the economy has progressed much slower than anticipated.
    • Martin Grayshon, of Stephensons, said prices had stabilised since last August and he expected them to remain stable, but with a possible slight rise over the coming year.
    • Analysts say there are six signs that the worst is over and that house prices are set to stabilise.
    • To further help stabilize rice prices, he said, the government would ban shipments of imported rice at harvest time.
    • The decision will also have a positive psychological effect on local consumers since it will help stabilize goods prices.
    • Fundamentals in the country's economy appear to be stabilising: inflation is in decline and economists expect to see extensive cuts in interest rates over the next two years.
    • She and James struggled to their feet and gripped the rail in order to stabilize themselves.
    • Eventually, the tone stabilizes, and, by the second half, the power of the story will envelop all but the most distracted viewers.
    • The good news for first-time buyers is that fixed mortgage rates are falling and property prices appear to be stabilising.
    • His ragged breath stabilized, and the colour began returning to his cheeks.
    • Matthew reached out to hold something in order to stabilize himself, but he found he didn't really need to.
    • We might see prices stabilising but certainly not falling.
    • Some infants may need to be admitted to the hospital for medical care in order to stabilize acute condition.
    • Take, for instance, the sleeping pill I'm taking this week to try and stabilise my sleeping patterns.
    • Iris patterns stabilize around the first year of age and don't change again.
    • He experienced a mild dizziness, and it took his brain a couple of seconds to stabilize.
    • This agreement was a form of economic interventionism, which helped to stabilize world coffee prices.
    • If I can't convince Decker to take the medication, then I will have to consider getting a court order to have him committed until he stabilizes.

verbo intransitivo

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