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Synonyms for depend

be determined by

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count on

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Synonyms for depend

to fasten or be fastened at one point with no support from below

depend on: to place trust or confidence in

depend on: to look forward to confidently

depend on: to be determined by or contingent on something unknown, uncertain, or changeable

Synonyms

Synonyms for depend

be contingent upon (something that is elided)

have faith or confidence in

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Further, landed cost of imported coal at power plants depends upon its distance from the coast.
Nunez, said spokesman Gabriel Sanchez, believes that avoiding tax hikes depends upon the state taking in an adequate amount of revenue - whether from new or old sources - so that the government can continue to pay for taxpayer-funded education and health care.
Unity, like all expressions of salvation, depends upon Christ.
Despite the developmental nature of symptom presentation, the specificity of symptoms often depends upon location and severity of brain injury (Rourke, Bakker, Fisk & Strang, 1983).
Much depends upon the skill and your prior experience with the contracts people.
It depends upon humble desire (with the emphasis on humble) to do what is right.
Which valuation method you choose -- replacement cost or actual cash value -- depends upon what you want from your insurance following a loss.
Aleppo already depends upon Euphrates' water piped from Lake Assad, while similar shortages in Damascus and Homs must in the future be met by inputs from the same river.
Since the evidence says English literacy depends upon how American deaf children are taught, not upon their native abilities, rehabilitation professionals must focus their attention on instructional techniques.
The game of musical chairs, like the real estate market, depends upon the law of supply and demand.
Timing depends upon how hard you want the box to be.
U] (undercooling temperature) depends upon the level of grain refinement achieved.
But just as Davis's odyssey toward myth and immortality depends upon the statement of his life, it also depends upon the form that statement takes, essentially the formal poetic constructions which aid in his search for voice.
Your annual payment depends upon, your age when the gift is made and can even be deferred until retirement if you're young and don't need it now," adds Anne Doyle, director of planned giving at the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).
But the advertising drive--which depends upon matching donations from media companies--will give short shrift to cigarettes and alcohol.