Oxford Dictionary of English
fluctuate /ËˆflÊŒktÊƒÊŠeÉªt , ËˆflÊŒktjÊŠeÉªt/
â–¸ verb [no object] rise and fall irregularly in number or amount:
trade with other countries tends to fluctuate from year to year.
â€“ ORIGIN mid 17th century (earlier (late Middle English) as fluctuation): from Latin fluctuat- â€˜undulatedâ€™, from the verb fluctuare, from fluctus â€˜flow, current, waveâ€™, from fluere â€˜to flowâ€™.
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