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Adjective
/ˈstatik/,
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Lacking in movement, action, or change, esp. in a way viewed as undesirable or uninteresting,
  1. Lacking in movement, action, or change, esp. in a way viewed as undesirable or uninteresting
    • - demand has grown in what was a fairly static market
    • - the whole ballet appeared too static
  2. (of a process or variable) Not able to be changed during a set period, for example, while a program is running

  3. Concerned with bodies at rest or forces in equilibrium

  4. (of an electric charge) Having gathered on or in an object that cannot conduct a current

  5. Acting as weight but not moving

  6. Of statics

  7. (of a memory or store) Not needing to be periodically refreshed by an applied voltage

Noun
  1. Crackling or hissing noises on a telephone, radio, or other telecommunications system

  2. Angry or critical talk or behavior
    • - the reception was going sour, breaking up into static

  1. inactive: not in physical motion; "the inertia of an object at rest"
  2. a crackling or hissing noise caused by electrical interference
  3. angry criticism; "they will probably give you a lot of static about your editorial"
  4. electrostatic: concerned with or producing or caused by static electricity; "an electrostatic generator produces high-voltage static electricity"
  5. showing little if any change; "a static population"
  6. (statics) the branch of mechanics concerned with forces in equilibrium
  7. Static is the second full-length album by the Christian rock band Bleach. It was released in 1998 under Forefront Records.
  8. Static, in comics, may refer to: *Static (Marvel Comics) *Static (DC Comics)
  9. Static is a fictional character, a comic book superhero published by DC Comics and a member of the Teen Titans. An original character from DC's Milestone Comics imprint, Static first appears in Static #1 (April 1993) and was created by Dwayne McDuffie and John Paul Leon.
  10. Static is an American comedy-drama film directed by Mark Romanek. Static stars Keith Gordon, Amanda Plummer, and Bob Gunton, and was released in 1986 by NFI Productions.
  11. Static is a name used by two fictional characters within the Marvel Comics Universe.
  12. Static is the third album by the Italian electronic dance musical group Planet Funk. It was released in 2006 under EMI Music.
  13. Interference on a broadcast signal caused by atmospheric disturbances; heard as crackles on radio, or seen as random specks on television; Interference or obstruction from people; Something that is not part of any perceived universe phenomena; having no motion; no particle; no wavelength; ...
  14. (stasis) A slackening or arrest of the blood current, due not to a lessening of the heart’s beat, but to some abnormal resistance of the capillary walls; Inactivity; a freezing, or state of motionlessness
  15. (statics) the study of forces and bodies at rest
  16. (Statics) Analysis of forces without motion.
  17. (Statics) That part of pulmonary mechanics dealing with pressure, volume and flow relationships during apnea or quiet breathing.
  18. (Statics) This is the steady-state component of a system response, i.e. once all dynamic behaviour has decayed, and is essentially the gain between the inputs and outputs. In a physical sense this is determined by things like actuator sizing, motor coefficients and thermal transfer coefficients.
  19. (Statics) Time shift corrections to individual traces to compensate for the effects of variations in elevation, surface layer thickness or velocity, or datum references.
  20. (statics) (in  mechanics (physics): Statics)
  21. (STASIS) The damming-up of Life Energy in the organism, thus the source of energy for biopathy and irrationalism.
  22. (Stasis) A slowing or stopping of blood flow.
  23. (Stasis) stagnation of normal flow of fluids or of the intestinal mechanism; ceasing of activity.
  24. (stasis (STA-sis)) a stoppage of the flow of blood or other body fluid.
  25. (STASIS) A state of equilibrium among opposing forces. In architecture, the opposing forces are tension and compression.