oscillate in Engels
v. oscillate, fluctuate, sway, swing, rock, balance, seesaw, dither, waver, flicker, vacillate, wobble, wabble, jiggle, range
Moreover, the barometer announced an upcoming change in the atmosphere: the mercury was oscillating capriciously.
Accordingly, limitations inherent in ion plasma transmitters and mechanical oscillating systems are removed.
As a result, the gas medium is oscillated acoustically in accordance with the shape and frequency of the signal applied.
Aside from that period, the U.K. market tended to oscillate around its internal growth rate.
Oil prices were up 4% yesterday and are oscillating near those levels today.
Over the years, the main computing paradigm has oscillated between centralized and decentralized computing.
She began to teeter, as if caught in the flux of some oscillating invisible force.
This series does not converge, since its partial sums oscillate between 1 and 0.
The next area is the unequal treatment of regions that oscillate between Objective 1 and Objective 2.
For historical, political and cultural reasons, this relationship has always oscillated between trust and suspicion, between attraction and repulsion.