There are 2 main translations of stable in Spanish

: stable1stable2

stable1

estable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈsteɪb(ə)l//ˈsteɪbəl/

adjective

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    (firm, steady)
    (structure/platform) estable
    (platform/structure) sólido
    (government/relationship) estable
    (currency/economy) estable
    the patient's condition is stable el estado del paciente es estacionario
    • These loose aggregates occasionally associate into tightly packed stable structures.
    • With access to a different world, Smith still resisted making any major changes that would upset the stable life she had created for herself.
    • There are many biological and ecological systems that eventually go extinct yet appear to be stable over any reasonable timescale.
    • Most crucially, as Witold Rybczynski has argued, cities must continue to be livable as they balance rapid change and stable neighbourhoods.
    • Paradigmatic artifacts are remarkably stable structures; they will last for millennia if nobody or no natural accident breaks them.
    • I mean this is all well and good but landfills are not very stable structures; all they really are is a pile of rubbish toped over with dirt.
    • ‘We should now be coming into a period of stable consumption and balanced market providing stronger prices,’ he said.
    • Meristems are stable structures in spite of the very dynamic nature of their constituent cells, which continuously divide, grow and differentiate while they transit from one zone to another.
    • It's reassuringly stable, yet easily rocked to brace against side-waves.
    • Wearing felt-bottomed Orvis Henry's Fork wading shoes, I felt just a bit more stable, but balancing over these oversize ball-bearings was pretty athletic stuff.
    • If I need to prove myself to you, then I will: Scott and I have been in a stable relationship for six years - and legally married for the last year and a half.
    • After failing to secure stable employment, Priyanath had taken to doing several jobs at once - none of which, unfortunately, were very paying.
    • Therefore, the stable structure of the aggregate is not needed to determine its mechanical properties.
    • The evolution of inherited forms of behavior is as plausible as the evolution of any function of the organism when the environment can be regarded as reasonably stable.
    • If you delay child-bearing until your mid-twenties or your early thirties, you are far more likely to have a good job, educational qualifications and a stable relationship.
    • In this area seasonal temperatures and salinities vary little from year to year and the thermocline structure is rather stable.
    • No, the weather seems reasonably stable today, just looking outside.
    • Among the possible geometries, tetraplexes are very stable structures in which the four strands are held together via repetitive guanine tetrads.
    • Society is still coping with a gigantic change in the role of women, groping towards a stable balance between work and children.
    • Again the picture differs markedly from the classic corporate model in which business depends upon established, stable relationships.
    • The only stable relationships within the group are between mother and daughter across two generations, presumably because they are not in competition.
    • Vector lengths are short in lodgepole pine and red fir-western white pine forests indicating that these forest groups are compositionally stable.
    • All those recent results suggest a flexibility of the backbone conformational structure and several stable configurations are proposed and debated.
    • The resulting structure is more stable than those developed by other hardening processes.
    • More than a century of chaos ensued, warlords fighting for territory, and the lives of the people in turmoil, most not living long, and failing to establish a stable environment for their children.
    • It is very important to make sure the three legs are firmly locked into place and the whole structure is stable.
    • Secondly, each of the component morphemes is associated with a fairly stable semantic and phonological structure which is preserved when they are combined.
    • But prices have been reasonably stable in recent months even as other investments have tanked, and Tata could be right in suggesting there is a buying opportunity.
    • Furthermore, as Blackboard is an established, stable system, we experienced few, if any, technical difficulties.
    • Even historically stable democracies have failed to integrate fully and equally the opinions and interests of the female half of the population.
    • The structure is highly stable over the investigated timescale.
    • Here are three of the stable structures that can be made using supermagnetic spheres and nothing else.
    • Concrete frames, however, are more stable structures.
    • Maintaining a 90-degree angle also helps prevent pulleys from binding up, which is very important in maintaining a balanced and stable load.
    • The structure is very stable; the glass plates are so strong they may be walked on and the net structure can carry huge loads of snow.
    • They did not agree, however, on whether the vacated space would be a place of ‘permanent rebuilding’ or for a new future of stable structures.
    • Single 5-ns length simulations were performed on each model and both model structures were stable over the entire simulation.
    • I think that relationships would be more stable, more loving, and more committed if people were able to feel comfortable about expressing their fears or desires openly and honestly.
    • In doing so you will ensure that you are getting married for the right reason - the stable foundation of love and not the unstable foundation of sex.
    • Nations are urged to create good banking systems, reasonable interest and exchange rates, and stable tax structures.
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    Psychology
    equilibrado
    • Despite the fact that he was somewhat less than mentally stable, he easily understood the meaning of money.
    • When we were first paired up he lost his temper very easily over small things, but he is lot more stable now.
    • Liberal societies are sane, tolerant, stable, pluralistic and therefore well behaved.
    • We want to feel we are living fully, and even though we may be very sane and stable, we have doubts about whether or not we are living up to our own expectations.
    • I'm a middle class, self sufficient, independent, employed, reasonable stable young woman.
    • He has been keeping his head more stable at the plate and swinging at more strikes.
    • Taken collectively, such episodes destabilize the notion of a coherent, stable self while detaching the mind's moorings in the individual body.
    • As a result, those who practise Karate get to know themselves better, are able to make sound judgments and achieve stable emotions even under trying circumstances.
    • Fragile or not, June had a family and a place in their lives, and thus a coherent, stable identity despite the pains and doubts of her daily life.
    • Hope your own love life is a bit more sane, or stable, or whatever, than my own and those of some of your other readers.
    • And I felt completely trapped because I had to be sensible and responsible and stable.
    • Let's just say that for me, now, the world is a somehow colder but far more reliable, sane, and stable place than it was before.
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    Physics Chemistry
    estable
    • Also, the chemical plant was processing ammonium nitrate, a stable chemical that requires a substantial infusion of energy to explode.
    • Eventually the matter is stable and no longer radioactive.
    • The alpha particle is emitted by certain radioactive elements as they decay to a stable element.
    • Carbon, for example, has a stable nucleus when its 6 protons are joined by 6 neutrons.
    • This environment features an atmosphere that has a stable temperature and chemical composition.
    • Soy oil polymers must be heated to over 400°C before they degrade, making them more thermally stable than polyethylene or polystyrene.
    • However, unlike regular metals, the transition elements can easily form extremely stable coordination complexes.
    • Davy had developed a technique by which unusually stable compounds could be decomposed into their constituent elements.
    • The strongest and most stable molecular structure is the three-dimensional tetrahedron, the configuration achieved with silicates.
    • Those four iron isotopes are all radioactively stable.
    • Radioactive atoms decay into stable atoms by a simple mathematical process.
    • Iron has the most stable nucleus that can be generated by nuclear reactions of this type.
    • The development of isotopic tracers during the war was a by-product of the preparation of radioactive and stable isotopes in connection with work on the atomic bomb.
    • If the nucleus of the an atom has too few neutrons to be stable, however, positron emission occurs.
    • An atom with this stable set of electrons is a very unreactive species.
    • So the normally stable proton can decay into a neutron, a positron, and a neutrino if continuously fed enough energy through constant, extreme acceleration.
    • Once the active fluorine is chemically bound the resulting molecule is generally stable and unreactive.
    • Nuclear reactions, like those conducted in Lawrence's particle accelerators, can convert stable nuclei into unstable ones.
    • If the sodium atom loses one electron and the chlorine atoms gains one, the ions will have stable octets.
    • However, if we add one or more neutrons to a stable nucleus, or take neutrons away from it, the nucleus may become unstable and undergo radioactive decay.

There are 2 main translations of stable in Spanish

: stable1stable2

stable2

caballeriza, n.

noun

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    (building)
    (for horses) caballeriza feminine
    (for horses) cuadra feminine
    (for other livestock) establo masculine
    Jesus was born in a stable Jesús nació en un pesebre / establo
    • the Augean stables los establos de Augías
    • before noun stable boy / lad mozo de cuadra
    • stable girl moza de cuadra
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    (training establishment)
    cuadra feminine
    another movie from the same stable as … otra película de la productora de …
    • Madame Roux is the latest addition to the City's growing sporting stable, which already includes a ladies football team and various motor-racing interests.
    • The tycoon's stable of companies includes Malaysia Airlines.
    • You can add to that and the stable of personalities that make up the Coodabeen Champions, born out of what is best be described as alternative programming for radio over 20 years ago.
    • Diageo, on the other hand, plans to add the product to its own stable.
    • Remaining inside the BMW stable will be production of the new Millennium Mini, which will be switched to Cowley in Oxford.
    • Last week she outlined her plans for the centre at a party to relaunch Modern Painters magazine, which she has just added to her publishing stable.
    • DMG is the only big player not listed in Australia but its growing stable of stations performed well, as it remained at number one in Sydney and picked up in Melbourne.
    • Curious heads walked into the campus to check out what was to unfold from the stables of the School of Commerce and International Business.
    • There are many cases where one model from a given automaker is outstanding when it comes to instrumentation and yet another product from the same stable can be less than ideal.
    • Mr. Barve took over as managing director of this company and has, since, been responsible for the introduction of several mutual fund products from this stable.
    • It is also the latest in a long line of critically-acclaimed dramas from the Red Production Company stable, including The Second Coming, Clocking Off and Queer as Folk.
    • The racing stable consists of Jeep, Ford, Chevy, Dodge, and the ultimate off-road brute, Humvee.

transitive verb

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    poner en la cuadra
    guardar en la cuadra