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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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According to the German central bank, economic growth in the nation stagnated in the second quarter.
Cuba travel, the number of visitors through November stagnated slightly above 2.
Meanwhile output stagnated in Russia, while India and Brazil both posted weak rates of growth.
Non-oil private sector employment stagnated last month for the first time in the survey's 29-month history, with the index coming in at 50.
Rees, more of a darting scrum-half, offers more than Phillips, whose game has stagnated.
Summary: nflation-adjusted wages stagnated last year and are likely to drop in 2009 despite signs that the global economy is gaining steam, a United Nations agency said on Tuesday.
The long-term result: The English raced ahead while the Dutch stagnated.
According to CAPA Executive Chairman Peter Harbison, "the rate of growth of low-cost carriers in North America has stagnated for the past three years.
Those with the most education have seen their incomes increase, while the incomes of those with less education have stagnated or even declined.
These hip-hop companies want you to be stagnated and make four of the same albums and keep that same money coming.