verb (used without object), stagnated, stagnating.
to cease to run or flow, as water, air, etc.
to be or become stale or foul from standing, as a pool of water.
to stop developing, growing, progressing, or advancing:
My mind is stagnating from too much TV.
to be or become sluggish and dull:
When the leading lady left, the show started to stagnate.
verb (used with object), stagnated, stagnating.
to make stagnant.
(intransitive) to be or to become stagnant
noun 1. the state or condition of stagnating, or having stopped, as by ceasing to run or flow: Meteorologists forecast ozone and air stagnation. 2. a foulness or staleness, as one emanating from a standing pool of water. 3. a failure to develop, progress, or advance: periods of economic stagnation followed by bursts of growth. […]
noun, Pathology. 1. caked breast.
- Stag night
noun 1. a party for men only, esp one held for a man before he is married Compare hen night, hen party
noun 1. a social gathering or outing for men only. 2. a party given a bachelor by his male friends before his marriage, often on the night before the wedding, ranging from a formal gathering to a night of carousing. 3. a gathering for men only, especially one for the purpose of watching sexually titillating […]