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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He anticipated that the EGX-30 index will begin trading Sunday with a low target of 6950 points, before it rises again to fluctuate between 6990 and 7050 points.
Plan 2014, which took six years to produce and collected input from more than 200 international experts, will allow the water to fluctuate an extra 25 centimetres in order to improve the health of the lake.
Insuring against physical damage through collision and comprehensive coverage, on the other hand, can fluctuate widely based on vehicle type.
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.
For this reason, corporate acquisitions are often structured with a set price, but the form of the consideration is allowed to fluctuate with changes in the value of acquirer stock.
The 12-month trend in the CPI decelerated through the first quarter of 2006, while growth in the CPI excluding energy continued to fluctuate between 2% and 2 1/4%, as it has since mid-2005.
The water level of Trail Bridge Reservoir will fluctuate by as much as 12 feet over the next month as the Eugene Water & Electric Board conducts fish stranding studies.
The report calls for a larger inventory of permanently affordable non-profit housing that would offer low-income and special needs households a measure of protection from volatile changes in the housing market, as vacancy rates, interest rates and rents fluctuate from year to year.
Although the compass was already in use, the readings were inaccurate at best, and could fluctuate wildly due to iron content found throughout ships in the form of nails and spikes.
(10) Under this exemption, the salary may not fluctuate except for absences of more than 1 day.
BENEFITS--The sand entering the muller now is at a constant temperature and moisture range so that water additions to the sand only fluctuate slightly.
Bonds typically fluctuate in value less, and at different times, from stocks.