‹ Dependency Depending ›
Meanings and phrases
- relying on or requiring a person or thing for support, supply, or what is needed
- contingent on something else; dependant; qualified
- (of a clause) unable to stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence; subordinate
- addicted to a drug; dependant; drug-addicted; hooked; strung-out
- held from above; pendent; pendant
- being under the power or sovereignty of another or others; subject
- a person who relies on another person for support (especially financial support); dependant
- functional magnetic resonance imaging that relies on intrinsic changes in hemoglobin oxygenation; BOLD FMRI
- a clause in a complex sentence that cannot stand alone as a complete sentence and that functions within the sentence as a noun or adjective or adverb; subordinate clause
- determined by conditions or circumstances that follow; contingent; contingent on; contingent upon; dependant on; dependent upon; dependant upon; depending on
- determined by conditions or circumstances that follow; contingent; contingent on; contingent upon; dependent on; dependant on; dependant upon; depending on
- It is dependent upon a number of props that hold it up.
- All social theories are dependent upon a process of abstraction.
- This variability between individuals is greatly dependent upon diet.
- (statistics) a variable in a logical or mathematical expression whose value depends on the independent variable
- The dependent variable of the experiment was the amount of crackers consumed.
- In spectroscopy, this distribution, with frequency as the dependent variable, is known as a van der Waals profile.
- If is a dependent variable, then often the subscript "x" is attached to the "D" to clarify the independent variable "x".
- French Guiana is heavily dependent on imports of food and energy.
- The local economy is heavily dependent upon tourism and the service industry.
- East-central Scotland became too heavily dependent on linens, hemp, and jute.
- Fiji is highly dependent on tourism for revenue.
- Some coal-mining regions are highly dependent on coal.
- The Greenlandic economy is highly dependent on fishing.
- The effect is not dependent on the light intensity (photon flux).
- Liability, at that time, was not dependent upon negligence, but the act.
- He is not dependent upon us.
- The social protection is largely dependent on the state.
- 10.Federal Bank Ezhumattoor is largely dependent on private buses.
- Temperature is largely dependent on the incidence of solar radiation.
- The success of the College has become more and more dependent on the quality of its tuition.
- During the British Mandate period, the fountain became more dependent on rainwater and springs.
- As film offers declined, he became more and more dependent on live venues to support his family.
- About 2,800 persons were dependent on agriculture.
- Over 6,300 people were dependent on agriculture.
- The state was poor and still dependent on agriculture.
- They grow even less dependent on their families and they are challenged academically.
- Since their genome reduction is less dependent on fitness, pseudogenes are frequent in these organisms.
- The last area is less dependent on the outside but still very much influenced by the degradation processes.
- The newspaper had been entirely dependent on the government for funding.
- Until the 1970s, life was thought to be entirely dependent on energy from the Sun.
- The ""Monaspa"" was entirely dependent on the king and had no bonds with the feudal nobility.
- A selection of dependent territories are listed in "italics" and are not ranked.
- List of countries by westernmost point This is a list of countries by westernmost point on land (dependent territories included).
- Of the 2,146 recorded households in 2001, only 630 had dependent children.
- DODEA (formerly DoDDS) operates Patch Middle School for the dependent children of service members.
- “The Medicaid Basic Plan is for healthy low-income children and adults with eligible dependent children.
- They are altricial, and are completely dependent on milk for their first 10 days.
- In the earliest years, children are "completely dependent on the care of others."
- This left the marquisate utterly ruined and completely dependent on the King of France.
- At ten years of age she lost the use of her legs and became dependent on the wheelchair.
- After closing the Ignalina plant, the country became dependent on energy supplies from neighbouring Russia.
- Money came into use because people became dependent on one another, importing what they needed and exporting the surplus.