Entries linking to stabilization
1861, originally of ships; probably a back-formation from stability, or else from French stabiliser. Related: Stabilized; stabilizing. Earlier verbs in the same sense were stabilitate (1640s) and simple stable (v.) "make steady or firm, make stable" (c. 1300), from Old French establir.
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Definitions of stabilization
the act of stabilizing something or making it more stable;
he worked for price stabilization for farm products
stabilization means that the product can be handled under atmospheric conditions
wage stabilization is necessary for industrial peace
the act of making something (as a vessel or aircraft) less likely to overturn;