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Verb
/ˈdēvēˌāt/,
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deviates, 3rd person singular present; deviated, past participle; deviating, present participle; deviated, past tense;
  1. Depart from an established course
    • - you must not deviate from the agreed route
  2. Depart from usual or accepted standards
    • - those who deviate from society's values

  1. aberrant: markedly different from an accepted norm; "aberrant behavior"; "deviant ideas"
  2. pervert: a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior
  3. turn aside; turn away from
  4. be at variance with; be out of line with
  5. cause to turn away from a previous or expected course; "The river was deviated to prevent flooding"
  6. (deviation) a variation that deviates from the standard or norm; "the deviation from the mean"
  7. Deviate is a 1998 album from British Heavy metal band Kill II This.
  8. (Deviation (album)) Deviation is an album by Jayne County, which was recorded at Abraham Moss Studio (The Cutting Rooms) in Manchester, England in the winter of 1994.
  9. (Deviation (Béla Fleck album)) Deviation is an album by American banjoist Béla Fleck, released in 1984. It was recorded with the second classic line-up of the New Grass Revival, consisting of Béla Fleck, Sam Bush, John Cowan and Pat Flynn.
  10. (Deviation (law)) The doctrine of deviation, as it pertains to legal contracts, is a departure from a planned contractual course or design. When a plan has been adopted for a building, and in the progress of the work a change is made from the original plan, the change is called a deviation. ...
  11. (Deviation (movie)) Deviation is the title of a 2006 short film that was the first short film in the machinima genre to be premiered in competition at a major film festival, the Tribeca Film Festival Chien, I (2007) Deviation / Red vs. ...
  12. (Deviation (statistics)) In mathematics and statistics, deviation is a measure of difference for interval and ratio variables between the observed value and the mean. ...
  13. A person with deviant behaviour; a deviant, degenerate or pervert; A value equal to the difference between a measured variable factor and a fixed or algorithmic reference value; To go off course from; to change course; to change plans; To fall outside of, or part from, some norm; to stray
  14. (Deviated) crooked or not straight. Rhinoplasty term used to describe abnormalities of nasal structures
  15. (Deviation) The modulation level of an FM signal determined by the amount of frequency shift from the frequency of the main carrier.
  16. (Deviation) a difference between an individual record and the average for that trait for that contemporary group.  These differences sum to zero when the correct average is used.
  17. (Deviation) The amount by which a district's population differs from the ideal district population for the particular plan type.
  18. (Deviation) A noticeable or marked departure from the appropriate norm, plan, standard, procedure, or variable being reviewed. Similar to variance.
  19. (Deviation) Failure to meet a critical limit.
  20. (Deviation) A term used to describe the movement of a body part away from the neutral position of that joint or limb. Typically used to describe wrist positions. Ulnar deviation is the movement of the wrist away from neutral, towards the little finger. ...
  21. (DEVIATION) A vessel's going to some other point or taking some course other than that described in the Bill of Lading.
  22. (deviation) Variation from a specified dimension or requirement.
  23. (Deviation) Departure from the norm.
  24. Deviation in blackjack describes a strategy "deviating" from basic strategy. Players may want to deviate from basic strategy if they have the basic strategy down pat, are well versed in card counting and have found a situation where an action other than what basic strategy suggests doing is more ...
  25. (Deviation) The change of direction of a ray of light as in passing through a prism.