Synonyms of state in English

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state1


See definition of state

noun

1‘the current state of the UK economy’

SYNONYMS

condition, shape, situation, circumstances, state of affairs, position

predicament, plight

2‘she is in no state to make decisions’

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mood, humour, temper, disposition, spirits, morale, state of mind, emotional state, frame of mind, attitude

condition, shape

3‘don't get into a state’

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fluster, flutter, frenzy, fever, fret, panic, state of agitation, state of anxiety, nervous state, distressed state

informal flap, tizzy, tiz-woz, twitter, dither, stew, sweat

North American informal twit

4‘your room is in a state’

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untidiness, mess, untidy state, chaos, disorder, disarray, disorganization, confusion, clutter, muddle, heap, shambles, tangle, mishmash

informal turmoil

informal muck

British informal omnishambles, car crash

5‘the states that comprise the EC’

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country, nation, land, sovereign state, nation state, kingdom, empire, republic, confederation, federation, body politic, commonwealth, power, world power, superpower, polity, domain, territory

fatherland, motherland

realm

res publica

6‘a federation of six states’

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province, federal state, region, territory, canton, department, county, area, district, sector, zone

British shire

7‘the power of the state should not be used to curtail individual liberty’

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government, parliament, the administration, the regime, the authorities, the council, the Establishment


adjective

1‘the South African president was on a state visit to Britain’

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ceremonial, official, formal, governmental, national, public

ANTONYMS

unofficial, private, informal


Synonyms of state in English

: state1state2

state2


See definition of state

verb

1‘people will be invited to state their views’

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express, voice, utter, say, tell, declare, affirm, assert, aver, announce, make known, communicate, reveal, disclose, divulge, give out, give voice to, pronounce, articulate, enunciate, proclaim, present, expound, preach, promulgate, publish, broadcast

set out, set down, frame, formulate, spell out, be specific about

informal come out with

rare asseverate