1620s, from French déférent (16c.), from Latin deferentem (nominative deferens), present participle of deferre "to carry down or away" (see defer (v.2)). Earlier in Middle English as a word in astronomy (early 15c.).
1. The quickening globalization makes the interdependence on deferent nations and more deep.
2. The different therapy was used for deferent parts of herpes zoster.
3. Adopt the gantry multi - armed mechanically deferent manners, run fast.
4. Adopt the gantry multi - arms mechanically deferent manner, run steady.
5. Adopt the gantry multi - arms and mechanically deferent manner, run steady.