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Astatic vs. Static

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Astaticadjective

Not static or stable; unsteady, unstable.

Staticadjective

Unchanging; that cannot or does not change.

Astaticadjective

Losing polarity, as a magnetic needle.

Staticadjective

Immobile; fixed in place; having no motion.

Astaticadjective

(medicine) Of or pertaining to astasia.

Staticadjective

(programming) Computed, created or allocated before the program starts running, and usually not changeable at runtime

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Astaticadjective

Having little or no tendency to take a fixed or definite position or direction: thus, a suspended magnetic needle, when rendered astatic, loses its polarity, or tendency to point in a given direction.

Staticnoun

(uncountable) Interference on a broadcast signal caused by atmospheric disturbances; heard as crackles on radio, or seen as random specks on television.

Astaticadjective

not static or stable

Staticnoun

Interference or obstruction from people.

Astatic

The Astatic was a French cyclecar manufactured from 1920 to 1922 by Automobiles Astatic, Saint-Ouen, Seine, France. Built at Saint-Ouen, the car was an attempt to market a vehicle with independent suspension all round.

Staticnoun

(uncountable) Static electricity.

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Staticnoun

(countable) A static caravan.

Staticnoun

Verbal abuse.

Staticnoun

A static variable.

Staticadjective

Resting; acting by mere weight without motion; as, statical pressure; static objects.

Staticadjective

Pertaining to bodies at rest or in equilibrium.

Staticnoun

a crackling or hissing noise cause by electrical interference

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Staticnoun

angry criticism;

‘they will probably give you a lot of static about your editorial’;

Staticadjective

not active or moving;

‘a static village community and a completely undynamic type of agriculture’; ‘static feudal societies’;

Staticadjective

not in physical motion;

‘the inertia of an object at rest’;

Staticadjective

concerned with or producing or caused by static electricity;

‘an electrostatic generator produces high-voltage static electricity’;

Staticadjective

showing little if any change;

‘a static population’;

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