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Definition of Deviate

Deviate

  1. To go out of the way; to turn aside from a course or a method; to stray or go astray; to err; to digress; to diverge; to vary.
  2. To cause to deviate.

Deviate Quotations

Remember that in every single case in history the process of adaptation has been one of exceeding slowness. Do not look for the impossible, but do not let your path deviate from the quiet and steadfast insistence on full opportunities for your powers.
Franz Boas

I think everyone has a certain kind of formula in their life. When you deviate from that formula, you're going to fail big or you're gonna win big.
Sylvester Stallone

Personally, I don't see old economics and behavioural economics as opposed. It is useful to assume people are rational as a good approximation to their long term behaviour, but it would be unwise not to think how in practice their behaviour may deviate from that simplifying assumption.
Evan Davis

Most of the people you see me working for me are actually with me. And I'm proud to say that I've known them for 20 years almost. I've written songs with, produced songs with them a lot of times. I don't deviate form my comfort zone. I feel like when God brings people to you, it's good to keep 'em around.
Maxwell

You have to be careful to react when you start to deviate from your course.
Carlos Ghosn
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Deviate Translations

deviate in German is abknicken, ablenken
deviate in Italian is declinare
deviate in Latin is digredior digredi digressus, discedo, aberro
deviate in Norwegian is avvike
deviate in Spanish is apartar, divergir, desviarse
deviate in Swedish is avvika
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