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nepokretan [ pridev ]


at a standstill [ pridev ]
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unable to move [ pridev ]
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Cannot move, is incapable of moving

dead [ pridev ]
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ETYM Old Eng. ded, dead, deed, as. deád; akin to os. dôd, Dutch dood, German todt, tot, Icel. dauthr, Swed. and Dan. död, Goth. daubs; prop. p. p. of an old verb meaning to die. Related to Die, Death.
No longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life.
No longer in force or use; inactive; SYN. defunct.
Devoid of physical sensation; numb; SYN. deadened.
(Followed by 'to') Not showing human feeling or sensitivity; unresponsive; SYN. numb.
Not showing characteristics of life especially the capacity to sustain life; no longer exerting force or having energy or heat.
Physically inactive.
Lacking animation or excitement or activity; SYN. lifeless.
No longer having force or relevance.
Lacking resilience or bounce.
1Drained of electric charge; discharged; SYN. drained.
1Not surviving in active use.
1Out of use or operation because of a fault or breakdown.
1Unerringly accurate.
1Sudden and complete.
1Total; SYN. utter.
1Lacking acoustic resonance.

immobile [ pridev ]
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ETYM Latin immobilis: cf. French immobile. Related to Immobility.
Not capable of movement or of being moved.

immoovable [ pridev ]
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immovable [ pridev ]
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Not able or intended to be moved; SYN. immoveable, stabile, unmovable.

inactive [ pridev ]
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ETYM Pref. in- not + active: cf. French inactif.
Not active or exerting influence.
Not active physically or mentally.
Not engaged in full-time work; (military).
Not engaged in military action; SYN. reserve.
Lacking activity; lying idle or unused.
(Pathology) Not progressing or increasing; or progressing slowly.
Not participating in a chemical reaction.

inert [ pridev ]
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ETYM Latin iners, inertis, unskilled, idle; pref. in- + ars art: cf. French inerte. Related to Art.
Unable to move or resist motion.
Slow and apathetic; SYN. sluggish, torpid.
(Chemistry) Having only a limited ability to react chemically; not active; SYN. indifferent, neutral.
Not capable of motion or action; inactive, especially chemically.

irremovable [ pridev ]
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Impossible to remove or take away or dismiss

moveless [ pridev ]
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Being without movement; fixed, immobile

passive [ pridev ]
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ETYM Latin passivus: cf. French passif. Related to Passion.
Peacefully resistant in response to injustice; SYN. peaceful.
Lacking in energy or will; SYN. inactive.
(Grammar) Passive voice.

quiescent [ pridev ]
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ETYM Latin quiescens, -entis, p. pr. of quiescere: cf. French quiescent. Related to Quiesce.
Being quiet or still or inactive.
Causing no symptoms.
Marked by a state of tranquil repose.
Not active or activated.
Resting; dormant.

real [ pridev ]
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ETYM Late Lat. realis, from Latin res, rei, a thing: cf. French réel. Related to Rebus.
(Homonym: reel).
Not synthetic or spurious; of real or natural origin; SYN. true.
Being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory;SYN. existent.
Possible to be treated as fact; SYN. tangible.
Founded on practical matters.
Not to be taken lightly.
No less than what is stated; worthy of the name.
(Of property) Fixed or immovable.
(Economics) Being value measured in terms of purchasing power.

sessile [ pridev ]
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ETYM Latin sessilis low, dwarf, from sedere, sessum, to sit: cf. French sessile.
(Biology) Attached directly by the base; not having an intervening stalk; SYN. stalkless.
(Biology) Permanently attached to a substrate; not free to move about; SYN. attached.
Stalkless, sedentary, fixed or stationary.
Attached by base without a stalk; attached permanently.
In botany, a leaf, flower, or fruit that lacks a stalk and sits directly on the stem, as with the sessile acorns of certain oaks. In zoology, it is an animal that normally stays in the same place, such as a barnacle or mussel. The term is also applied to the eyes of crustaceans when these lack stalks and sit directly on the head.

stagnant [ pridev ]
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ETYM Latin stagnans, -antis, p. pr. of stagnare. Related to Stagnate.
Not growing or changing; without force or vitality; SYN. moribund.

stationary [ pridev ]
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ETYM Latin stationarius: cf. French stationnaire. Related to Stationer.
(Homonym: stationery).
Not capable of being moved.
Standing still.

stock-still [ pridev ]
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Very still; motionless

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