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steady / stable / stability / to stabilize / to pacify
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settled / steady / stable
firm / stable and steady
to stand firm
stable / steady / firm / to stabilize
smooth / steady
steadily / a steady pace
stable voltage
steady; stable; sedate; calm; (of sleep) sound; (of a transition) smooth
steady / calm / unflustered
steady / earnest / staid
to make progress while ensuring stability
to go steady and strike hard (in fighting) / fig. steadily and surely
reliable / secure / stable / firm
steady as Mt Tai / as safe as houses
a sure catch; sth one is sure to obtain
to be a cinch / in the bag / (of a person) confident of success
trustworthy / dependable
everything steady and stable (idiom); overcautious and unimaginary
reliable / at one's convenience / as you wish
grasp it and victory is assured / to have success within one's grasp (idiom)
to maintain social stability
steady state / homeostasis
steady and proficient / skilled and reliable
steady / calm
monostable / single-side stable (relays)
to get (a situation) under control / to stabilize
safe / to appease / to reassure
to beat comfortably / to win easily / abbr. for 穩操勝券|稳操胜券, to have victory within one's grasp
midwife (old term)
steady / stable and permanent / constant / steady-state
steady and honest
steady / calm and practical
a sure gain / sth one is sure to obtain
degree of stability
unstable / unsteady
unstable equilibrium
lit. to sit tight on the fishing terrace despite the storm (idiom) / fig. to stay calm in a tense situation
able to keep a secret
quasi-stationary spiral structure QSSS (astrophysics)
lit. to sit tight on the fishing terrace despite the storm (idiom) / fig. to stay calm in a tense situation
waste stabilization pond
stable prices / commodity prices fixed by government (in a command economy) / to valorize (a commodity)
steady state / stable and permanent attitude
the steady-state theory (cosmology)
to be assured of success
to mark time and make no advances (idiom)
to gain a firm foothold / (fig.) to get oneself established
to stand firmly / to gain a foothold / to establish oneself
long-term stability
(automotive) electronic stability program (ESP)

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