become stable or more stable
make stable and keep from fluctuating or put into an equilibrium
support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace
- Pectin is used to gelatinize, stabilise and jellify products.
- The Commission welcomes these plans to stabilise the bank further.
- Allow the chromatographic system to stabilise for about 30 minutes.
- The objective was to help stabilise prices on the cask-wine market.
- Allow the chromatographic system to stabilise for about 30 minutes. Inject the standard solution (5.3).
- The planned capital injection will stabilise the financial situation of the company and improve financial indices.
- Allow the system to stabilise for three minutes and repeat the data acquisition.
- The main object was to stabilise and allocate market shares, and to coordinate prices and rebates.
- Customs Stabilise and improve all aspects of the administrative capacity of the Albanian customs administration.
- Marketing rules to improve and stabilise the operation of the common market in wines
- Shall not be used to stabilise the finished articles listed below manufactured from polymers or copolymers of vinyl chloride:
- In order to stabilise the balance sheet of NR, it should be allowed to build-up its retail deposit base.
- After each increase of load, time must be allowed for the noise level to stabilise before making the measurement;
- In a few cases it may be necessary to use additional power plants to stabilise the network.
- Shall not be used to stabilise the following mixtures or articles manufactured from polymers or copolymers of vinyl chloride: