Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of trend.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of trend.

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Examples

  • Google insights (that shows the term trends; related terms and related news stories);

    Search Engine Journal

  • Alan Blinder's lament about the difficulty of picking up long term trends is a result of over-reliance on linear thinking.

    Economists Too Linear?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • It is usually best to focus on long term trends, which is why the developments in Europe really do have some meaning.

    The Agonist - thoughtful, global, timely

  • Google's latest move should let Google add fine-grained personalization based on current missions and short-term trends, which is likely to work even better to help people find what they need.

    Geeking with Greg

  • As such, we appear to be better off with ensembles of runs with a given model (or ensemble of models) and looking at the distribution - or what he referred to as trends - after a suitable length of time.

    RealClimate

  • As such, we appear to be better off with ensembles of runs with a given model (or ensemble of models) and looking at the distribution - or what he referred to as trends - after a suitable length of time.

    RealClimate

  • As such, we appear to be better off with ensembles of runs with a given model (or ensemble of models) and looking at the distribution - or what he referred to as trends - after a suitable length of time.

    RealClimate

  • As such, we appear to be better off with ensembles of runs with a given model (or ensemble of models) and looking at the distribution - or what he referred to as trends - after a suitable length of time.

    RealClimate

  • As such, we appear to be better off with ensembles of runs with a given model (or ensemble of models) and looking at the distribution - or what he referred to as trends - after a suitable length of time.

    RealClimate

  • As such, we appear to be better off with ensembles of runs with a given model (or ensemble of models) and looking at the distribution - or what he referred to as trends - after a suitable length of time.

    RealClimate

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