- v. transitive To be dependent on something or someone for support or help.
- v. be dependent on, as for support or maintenance
- v. put trust in with confidence
- v. be contingent on
“A source close to the situation said a lot would depend on how Markov's knee responded to the light skate he had in track suit Sunday.”
“As time went on, we got to know these neighborsno golfers among themand to depend on them for, among other kindnesses, food recommendations.”
“The risks, of course, depend on the size of the dog, the amount eaten and the level of the theobromine in the mulch and that varies hugely.”
“Like those who depend on direct payments, they say that decimating what farm country calls its "safety net" could hurl farmers into a depression when prices drop.”
“A mile away, the KC-10 tanker that had already refueled them once stood by in case they needed a refill, which would depend on how far the 737 made it.”
“Success would depend on the amount of knowledge the astronaut had about man-controlled rendezvous.”
“At Menaggio and Cadenabbiaa nice old course but not exactly the Augusta National of Europewhether or not you encountered this attitude seemed to depend on which way the wind was blowing.”
“In his "Epistola tractoria ad Wenilonem", written about 856, he again upholds his former opinion and makes his approval of the ordination of the new bishop Æneas of Paris depend on the latter's subscription to four articles favouring a double predestination.”
“Brooks's survival may depend on how many of them are informed in the coming weeks that they appear in Mulcaire's notes.”
““Our lives depend on the king not deciding to actively persecute our faith,” Sandeman told him.”
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