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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stagnate.

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Examples

  • Then Thompson starts to fade, as McCain stagnates and GOP dissatisfaction with the field increases until … Newt gets in in September.

    Matthew Yglesias » Thompson’s Formidability

  • SINGAPORE -- As revenue from traditional voice calls stagnates, Asia's telecom heavyweights are pouring money into so-called Internet protcol television services that offer real-time TV and interactive products over the Web.

    Asia telecoms' Web moves

  • It kind of stagnates for a bit, not really going anywhere.

    The Ugly (1997)

  • Buoyed by the strong yen, Japanese food and beverage companies are ramping up their overseas merger-and-acquisition activities as domestic demand stagnates due to a shrinking population, changing consumer tastes and weak economic growth.

    Kirin to Take Over Brazil's Schincariol

  • It leans toward "all-weather friend" China even as its economy stagnates and radical Islam eats away at society and the state.

    Indonesian Lessons for Pakistan

  • And, the White House and Congress should stop telling everyone to lower our expectations while real unemployment still stagnates around 17 percent, the healthcare crisis continues unabated, and corporate profits steadily soar while working people fall farther and farther behind.

    Rose Ann DeMoro: An Alternative Vision for the President's Budget

  • And, the White House and Congress should stop telling everyone to lower our expectations while real unemployment still stagnates around 17 percent, the healthcare crisis continues unabated, and corporate profits steadily soar while working people fall farther and farther behind.

    Rose Ann DeMoro: An Alternative Vision for the President's Budget

  • Austerity programs are met with violent opposition, and the economy stagnates under heavy debt payments and an overvalued currency.

    Is Greek Debt a Good Bet?

  • As growth stagnates in the U.S. and Europe, Ghana's robust multiparty democracy has turned its capital into a hub for companies chasing business—on a continent that grew 5.5% this year, according to the IMF.

    In an African Dynamo's Expansion, the Perils of Prosperity

  • It leans toward "all-weather friend" China even as its economy stagnates and radical Islam eats away at society and the state.

    A Model for Pakistan's Revival

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