stat·ics / ˈstatiks/ • pl. n. 1. [usu. treated as sing.] the branch of mechanics concerned with bodies at rest and forces in equilibrium. Compare with dynamics (sense 1).2. another term for static.
statics See STATIC CORRECTION.
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