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deviate

verb   /ˈdiː.vi.eɪt/
to do something that is different from the usual or common way of behaving apartarse de algo The recent pattern of weather deviates from the norm for this time of year.2180
to go in a different direction desviarse de algo The path follows the river closely, occasionally deviating around a clump of trees.1628
deviation noun   /ˌdiː.viˈeɪ.ʃən/
desviación Any deviation from the party philosophy is seen as betrayal.2326
(Definition of deviate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deviate

verb /ˈdiːvieit/
to turn aside, especially from a right, normal or standard course desviarse She refuses to deviate from her routine.
deviation noun
desviación a deviation from what is regarded as normal.
(Definition of deviate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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