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fluc·tu·ate

(flŭk'tyū-āt),
1. To move in waves.
2. To vary, to change from time to time, as in referring to any quantity or quality, for example, height of blood pressure, concentration of substance in urine or blood, secretory activity, etc.
[L. fluctuo, pp. -atus, to flow in waves]

fluc·tu·ate

(flŭk'shū-āt)
1. To move in waves.
2. To vary, to change from time to time, as in referring to any quantity or quality (blood pressure, concentration of substance in urine or blood, secretory activity).
[L. fluctuo, pp. -atus, to flow in waves]

fluctuate

following a waveform

fluc·tu·ate

(flŭk'shū-āt)
1. To move in waves.
2. To vary, to change from time to time.
[L. fluctuo, pp. -atus, to flow in waves]
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Bonds do not consistently fluctuate in step with stocks--at times they move in opposite directions--and they tend to be less volatile than stocks over time.
Principal Risk Factors: The Fund invests principally in equity securities and the Fund's NAV will fluctuate with changes in the value of the fund's holdings.
To mimic balmier global conditions, the researchers increased the rates of evaporation and rainfail in the model and allowed these processes to fluctuate.