CET6 TEM8 IELTS GRE 考 研
1. de- "off" + via "way" => devi- "turn aside, off the way" + -ate => deviate.
2. => turn out of the way.
- deviate: see devious
- deviate (v.)
- 1630s, from Late Latin deviatus, past participle of deviare "to turn out of the way" (see deviant). Related: Deviated; deviating. The noun meaning "sexual pervert" is attested from 1912.
- 1. The bus had to deviate from its usual route because of a road closure.
- 2. Deviate from socialism and China will inevitably retrogress to semi - feudalism and semi - colonialism .
- 中国离开社会主义就必然退回到半封建 半殖民地.
- 3. Don't deviate from major issues.
- 4. Take care not to deviate.
- 5. He planned his schedule far in advance, and he didn't deviate from it.
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