1 adj Something that is static does not move or change.
The number of young people obtaining qualifications has remained static or decreased...
2 n-uncount Static or static electricity is electricity which can be caused by things rubbing against each other and which collects on things such as your body or metal objects.
3 n-uncount If there is static on the radio or television, you hear a series of loud noises which spoils the sound.
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