Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Deviate"

The meaning of "Deviate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> mean?
A: To be different from what is normal :)
Q: What does <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> mean?
A: To go off from the set path

Example sentences using "Deviate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> .
A: to <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> - to go off something (physically or abstractly)

Marie is <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviating</span> from our discussion.
The pilot <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>d.

Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>.
A: When I am in the woods, sometimes I <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> from the path and walk in the leaves.

She isn't usual, when most people go to bed she <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>s and instead starts working.
Q: Please show me example sentences with <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> .
A: 'we <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>d from the road', 'he had a <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>d septum', 'he's a deviant', 'don't <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> from my directions'

Synonyms of "Deviate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between To <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> and To differ ?
A: Deviate: to get distracted/get of course (for example: Don't <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> from the agreed upon task.)
Differ: to dissagree or be different (for example: I beg to differ, meaning I think otherwise/differently. Or The second set of data differed from the first.)

Translations of "Deviate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>, the car <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>
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Other questions about "Deviate"

Q: 「現象が複雑であるために、ある単純な理論から外れてしまう」ということを英語で表現したいのですが、動詞としては
"<span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span>" from a theory
を用いて問題ありませんか?
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A: 私が考えられるのはこれだけです:
It doesn't conform to the theory.
Q: How to say and why?
1) Let's not to <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> from the subject
2) Let's not <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> from the subject
A: 2 because after conjugating, you get rid of the "to" unless there's another verb in front of it. for example:

"I don't want to <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> from the subject."
"I will not <span class="dictionary_keyword">deviate</span> from the subject."

in the first, i already conjugated "want" so i need the "to" there to separate the verbs but in the second, there is only one verb to the "to" isn't there

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