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Oxford dictionary definition of the word static:
1lacking in movement, action, or change, especially in an undesirable or uninteresting way:
demand has grown in what was a fairly static market
the whole ballet appeared too static
Computing (of a process or variable) not able to be changed during a set period, for example while a program is running.
2 Physics concerned with bodies at rest or forces in equilibrium. Often contrasted with dynamic.
acting as weight but not moving.
relating to statics.
3(of an electric charge) having gathered on or in an object that cannot conduct a current:
the film is vulnerable to the collection of static charges
4 Computing (of a memory or store) not needing to be periodically refreshed by an applied voltage.
crackling or hissing noises on a telephone, radio, or other telecommunication system:
the phone was full of static that sounded distant
short for static electricity.
she felt the tingle of static from the cat’s fur
North American informal angry or critical talk or behaviour:
the reception was going sour, breaking up into static