stable en Inglés
adj. steady, firm, fixed; not shaky; lasting; dependable, faithful; not susceptible to change; resistant to change; well-balanced in an emotional manner; (Chemistry) not readily decomposing
v. put in a stable, keep in a stable; live in a stable; live as if in a stable
“Well,” said Dawson, “you just wait until you see those in the stables; but, pardon me, you have not yet seen what is in the other room.”
There is something in the stable that you must see first, he said. Ring the bell.
Some hens clucked and strutted in the stables; and the sheds and coach hangars were overrun with grass.
Between the cow-house and the stable there was a broad, handsome carriage-gate; this too came within the light-radius.
Fowls clucked and strutted in the stables; and the coach-houses and sheds were overrun with grass.
Every morning the woman hobbled into the little stable and cried out, "Hansel, stretch out your finger so that I can feel if you will soon be fat enough."
I'll go to the stables myself.
It is in an empty stable in the Home Farm, sir.
In the farthest stable a light was glimmering.
The pigs are eating from the trough in the stable.
1. permanent: constant, enduring, lasting, perpetual, everlasting, secure, abiding
2. fixed: firm, established, steady, sturdy, rigid, invariable, unchanging
3. steadfast: constant, sound, reliable, steady, unwavering, staunch, solid
4. barn: livery, pen, coop, shelter, hutch