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fluctuate

verb (-ated; -ating) Etymology: Latin fluctuatus, past participle of fluctuare, from fluctus flow, wave, from fluere — more at fluid Date: 1634 intransitive verb 1. to shift back and forth uncertainly 2. to ebb and flow in waves transitive verb to cause to fluctuate Synonyms: see swingfluctuation nounfluctuational adjective

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