hydrostatic

[hahy-druh-stat-ik]
adjective
of or pertaining to hydrostatics.
Also, hydrostatical.


Origin:
1665–75; hydro-1 + static

hydrostatically, adverb
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hydrostatic or hydrostatical (ˌhaɪdrəʊˈstætɪk)
 
adj
1.  of or concerned with fluids that are not in motion: hydrostatic pressure
2.  of or concerned with hydrostatics
 
hydrostatical or hydrostatical
 
adj
 
hydrostatically or hydrostatical
 
adv

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hydrostatic hy·dro·stat·ic (hī'drə-stāt'ĭk) or hy·dro·stat·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of or relating to fluids at rest or under pressure.

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Example sentences
If the boat sinks, a hydrostatic sensor automatically releases the life raft
  from the canister and causes the raft to inflate.
Those objects in hydrostatic equilibrium are different from those that are not.
It is also possible that hydrostatic sealing has kept the lake truly isolated
  for millions of years.
The problem with plugging the leak as you suggest is not the hydrostatic
  pressure at the ocean floor.
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