fluctuate


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change

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Synonyms for fluctuate

cause to fluctuate or move in a wavelike pattern

move or sway in a rising and falling or wavelike pattern

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be unstable

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If we let the exchange rate fluctuate freely, the result would be a high inflation, high interest rates, loss of foreign currency reserves, lowering of the standard of living and increased installments for repaying foreign exchange credits which would lead to bankruptcy of many businesses and individuals.
The market can fluctuate up or down at any time, presenting challenges or opportunities.
It is well known that the temperatures in natural aquatic systems fluctuate diurnally and seasonally.
First, to make sure that HPc doesn't fluctuate simply because of body temperature or light, the researchers kept a group of chipmunks in cold and darkness year-round.
A diversified portfolio should fluctuate less as losses from some investments are offset by gains in others.