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/stāt/
noun
  1. the particular condition that someone or something is in at a specific time.
    "the state of the company's finances"
    synonyms: condition, shape, situation, circumstances, state of affairs, position, predicament, plight, mood, humor, temper, disposition, spirits, morale, state of mind, emotional state, frame of mind, attitude
  2. a nation or territory considered as an organized political community under one government.
    "Germany, Italy, and other European states"
    synonyms: 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
  3. the civil government of a country.
    "services provided by the state"
    synonyms: government, parliament, the administration, the regime, the authorities, the council, the Establishment
  4. pomp and ceremony associated with monarchy or high levels of government.
    "he was buried in state"
    synonyms: ceremonial, official, formal, governmental, national, public
  5. an impression taken from an etched or engraved plate at a particular stage.
    "an oblong plate, dry point, first state of eight"

adjective
  1. of, provided by, or concerned with the civil government of a country.
    "the future of state education"
  2. used or done on ceremonial occasions; involving the ceremony associated with a head of state.
    "a state visit to Hungary by Queen Elizabeth"

verb
  1. express something definitely or clearly in speech or writing.
    "the report stated that more than 51 percent of voters failed to participate"
    synonyms: 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, come out with, asseverate, set, fixed, settled, agreed, declared, determined, approved, authorized, accredited, ruled, ordained, designated, laid down, claimed, official, supposed, professed, alleged
  2. present or introduce (a theme or melody) in a composition.

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A state is a centralized political organization that imposes and enforces rules over a population within a territory. There is no undisputed definition of a state. Wikipedia
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State is defined as a territory with its own government and borders within a larger country. An example of a state is California. noun. 12.
The “States” still refers to America, but state can refer to any country's civil government. The idea of state as a physical or emotional condition came later.