depend

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  • That world would always be different depending on how each individual lived their lives.
  • Some species may use more than one system depending on the circumstances.
  • Depending on the nature of the attack, there will sometimes be additional effects.
  • So it depends on how much you want to think about it.
  • A film's success often depends on the quality of such musical numbers.
  • The success of such a process depends on the personal and social resources available.
  • Today, the type of business models might depend on how technology is used.
  • The resulting belief is likely to be different depending of where people live however.
  • Whether or not a name is well-formed depends on the type of computer system being used.
  • The meaning the word has depends on the language-game in which it is used.
  • Depending on the size of the project, some may felt faster than others.
  • He managed to tell his father what had happened to the money his family depended on.
  • Seasons last for four to eight weeks, depending on the weather.
  • Who is a member depends on what kind of corporation is involved.
  • The culture will be grown in two to three days, depending on temperature and light received.
  • It depends on the level and league as to which set of rules are being used.
  • Depending on your response, its message will turn out either to be good news for you - or bad.
  • Its reading depends on whether it occurs before a word or after.
  • Modern artillery is used in a variety of roles, depending on its type.
  • A person's race or origin does not depend on where he or she is born.
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Synonyms of depend

Meaning of depend

  • verb Be contingent upon (something that is elided)
    That depends