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A '''state''' /steɪt/ is a set of [[circumstance]]s that apply at any given [[time point]].
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A '''state''' /steɪt/ or '''state of being''' is a set of [[circumstance]]s that apply at any given [[time point]].
  
 
In [[English]], states are typically expressed using [[stative verb]]s.
 
In [[English]], states are typically expressed using [[stative verb]]s.

Latest revision as of 06:35, 2 December 2020

Disambiguation: Can also mean country.

A state /steɪt/ or state of being is a set of circumstances that apply at any given time point.

In English, states are typically expressed using stative verbs.