TEM8 IELTS GRE CET6
1. de- "off" + via "way" => devi- "turn aside, off the way" + -ation => deviation.
2. => turn out of the way.
- deviation (n.)
- 1640s, noun of action from deviate (v.). Statistical sense is from 1858. Related: Deviational.
- 1. A 10 to 15 percent deviation is considered acceptable.
- 2. deviation from the previously accepted norms
- 3. Any deviation from the party's faith is seen as betrayal.
- 4. A minimal error or deviation may result in wide divergence.
- 5. To abstain from meat was a serious deviation.
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