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stagnate

(stăg′nāt′)
intr.v. stag·nated, stag·nating, stag·nates
To be or become stagnant.

stag·na′tion n.
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Whereas it is not good to allow yourself to stagnate in a career, it is not easy to just walk out of a job, at least not in our kind of economy where unemployment is still high.
He said that after completion of the project, rainwater would not stagnate on roads and streets.
If he does not get that challenge, his rapid rise could quickly stagnate.
When complacency sets in, companies stagnate. How do you rekindle the fire?
In 2013, Howe authored a study that stated Saskatchewan stood to lose $6.7 billion in gross domestic product if First Nations education and employment rates continued to stagnate. Howe said the proportion of Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan will increase dramatically in the coming decades, so the situation will become more urgent.
This is mainly as a result of US-led sanctions which has caused Iran's economy to stagnate and that neighbouring country's power demand to drop far below its capacity, and thanks to the completion in June of a new supply line to Iraq.
Rents in Berlin are increasing while salaries stagnate, forcing families out of their homes to the outskirts of the city, the only place they can afford to live.
London, April 1 ( ANI ): Mineralogists of the Universities Jena and Bayreuth have provided explanation to why plate tectonics stagnate in some places
Bulgaria's economy will stagnate this year before returning to 2% to 3% expansion, London-based Capital Economics Ltd.
Summary: The economy of Croatia will shrink by 1.1 percent in 2012, the government said on Thursday, lowering its previous forecast that the EU-bound country's gross domestic product (GDP) would stagnate.
As more and more credibility is lost in paper money, GDP growth will continue to decrease in real terms.As long as governments continue to produce massive annual deficits that are purchased by their central banks, the global economy will continue to stagnate and inflation will increase.
"It is, however, unfortunate that it was outwith the power of the club to persuade some remaining fringe players to leave early as they elected to stagnate, preferring to take the club's money while offering little or nothing in return.