- stabilizes
- stabilize (Amer.) staÂ·biÂ·lize || 'steÉªbÉªlaÉªz v. make stable; become stable; maintain a given level (also stabilise)

*English contemporary dictionary.
2014.*

- stabilizes
- stabilize (Amer.) staÂ·biÂ·lize || 'steÉªbÉªlaÉªz v. make stable; become stable; maintain a given level (also stabilise)

*English contemporary dictionary.
2014.*

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