Noun(1) a crackling or hissing noise caused by electrical interference(2) angry criticism
Adjective(1) not in physical motion(2) concerned with or producing or caused by static electricity(3) showing little if any change
(1) This makes sense, Accomando says, because market rents are relatively static , fixed by the competition in the marketplace.(2) He goes on to explain that while the Irish milk market has remained relatively static in recent years, consumers' needs and wants for milk have changed quite dramatically.(3) First, acid etching of the electrode surfaces produces tiny cavities and craters that greatly expand the surface area across which a static charge can be held.(4) It sets up a static variable called addr data based on the number of different types of chips that this driver supports and the addresses at which these chips typically are present.(5) Her computer was on, humming the usual electric static that always seemed to bug her.(6) The future of Haworth Riding for the Disabled was secured yesterday when councillors passed plans to allow a static caravan on the stable's site.(7) The land is scaped, first and foremost, through bodily movement, not through static enframement.(8) It featured photo-realistic environments portrayed using static viewpoints and slideshow-style movements.(9) But - as I know from my own experience at the moment - the housing market in London is almost static .(10) It consists of static shots of cities sped up and gradually sped up further until near the end of the sequence it is difficult to work out what you are seeing.(11) Then a crackle of radio static came back through your earpiece: ├ö├ç├┐Deployed, sir!├ö├ç├û(12) This type of simplistic abstract stratification of the world economy and power subordinates the dynamic of class relations to a static distribution of market shares.(13) An rf coil is positioned to optimize its interaction with the static magnetic field.(14) The convergence of a static camera and movement in depth also provides the film with one of its stranger allusions, and certainly its most unexpected lesson.(15) This is supposedly how the dead can contact the living through the detuned noise of modern equipment, such as radio static and television snow.(16) However, be aware that poured beads are extremely light-weight and take a static electric charge very easily.
(1) static electricity :: 静電気
1. unchanged ::
2. stationary ::
3. electrostatic ::
4. stable ::
5. still ::
6. atmospherics ::
1. mobile ::
2. moving ::
Different Formsstatic, statics
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