Examples of stagnate in a Sentence
a puddle of stagnating water
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While pay in Japan has stagnated for years, even falling at times, companies’ social security payments for employees rose 11 percent over the decade through the fiscal year 2015, according to Keidanren, Japan’s biggest business lobby.
While there was room for both, ultimately, Battleborn stagnated, and Overwatch continues to thrive.
The one region bucking the trend is Asia, where the number of female workers has either stagnated or declined.
Fast forward six years and this precocious gem that the English media had so emphatically hyped up now finds himself crocked, stagnated and plying his trade sporadically in youth and cup fixtures.
Jobs move overseas and wages stagnate, but Americans buy more stuff than ever.
At the same time, federal, state and local funding for transit authorities has stagnated.
Yet nearly a generation later, the brand was stagnating, and the food safety scandals made things worse.
Now everyone has one, and sales growth is stagnating.
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