Definition of 'deviate'
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I deviate twenty degrees off course, into the nearest trees, and glance back. A MEANS TO EVIL (2004)
'But listen, if it's on default - it probably won't deviate from its course once it's set. DALE BROWN'S DREAMLAND (5) STRIKE ZONE (2004)
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British English: deviate VERB
To deviate from something means to start doing something different or not planned, especially in a way that causes problems for others.
They stopped you as soon as you deviated from the script.
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