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  2. Stable Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

    1. : a building in which domestic animals are sheltered and fed. especially : such a building having stalls or compartments. a horse stable. 2. a. : the racehorses of one owner. b. : a group of people (such as athletes, writers, or performers) under one management.

  3. STABLE | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

    stable noun [ C ] uk / ˈsteɪ.b ə l / us / ˈsteɪ.b ə l / C2 a building in which horses are kept Juan Silva/DigitalVision/GettyImages a group of racehorses that are owned or trained by one person a group of people who perform a similar activity and who are trained by the same person or employed by the same organization:

  4. 291 Synonyms & Antonyms of STABLE - Merriam-Webster

    adjective Definition of stable 1 as in sturdy marked by the ability to withstand stress without structural damage or distortion the observation tower is stable enough to withstand the strongest winds without collapsing Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance sturdy strong durable reliable dependable fast sound solid bombproof stalwart firm unbreakable

  5. The S.T.A.B.L.E. Program

    First introduced in 1996 in the US and Canada, S.T.A.B.L.E. has grown internationally to include instructor training and courses in more than 45 countries. Currently, there are more than 4,000 registered instructors worldwide and more than 714,719 neonatal healthcare providers have completed a S.T.A.B.L.E. Learner course.

  6. stable ( ˈsteɪbəl) n 1. (Agriculture) a building, usually consisting of stalls, for the lodging of horses or other livestock 2. (Agriculture) the animals lodged in such a building, collectively 3. (Horse Racing) a. the racehorses belonging to a particular establishment or owner b. the establishment itself c. ( as modifier ): stable companion.

  7. Stable Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary

    [also more stable; most stable] 1 a : in a good state or condition that is not easily changed or likely to change a stable community/government They have a stable relationship. Children need to be raised in a stable environment. [+] more examples b medical : not getting worse or likely to get worse The patient is stable.

  8. See definition of stable on adj. constant, fixed; resistant synonyms for stable Compare Synonyms balanced calm durable fast lasting permanent reliable safe secure solid steady strong substantial abiding anchored enduring established even firm invariable nailed poised set sound stabile stalwart staunch stout tough uniform brick-wall