# Associations to the word «Fluctuation»

## Noun

- Amplitude
- Oscillation
- Turbulence
- Variability
- Perturbation
- Correlation
- Entropy
- Vacuum
- Humidity
- Oscillator
- Temperature
- Equilibrium
- Currency
- Instability
- Inflation
- Photon
- Intensity
- Brightness
- Deviation
- Voltage
- Theorem
- Subspace
- Scattering
- Excitation
- Diffusion
- Fluorescence
- Commodity
- Variance
- Coherence
- Oceanic
- Velocity
- Dynamic
- Wavelength
- Noise
- Irregularity
- Electron
- Uncertainty
- Variation
- Price
- Density
- Frequency
- Tem
- Planck
- Fourier
- Cycle
- Dipole
- Climate
- Rainfall
- Particle
- Recession
- Sampling
- Microwave
- Magnitude
- Stabilization

## Adjective

- Climatic
- Seasonal
- Quantum
- Thermal
- Stochastic
- Scattering
- Spectral
- Turbulent
- Primordial
- Fractional
- Random
- Glacial
- Tidal
- Gravitational
- Periodic
- Gaussian
- Unpredictable
- Microscopic
- Erratic
- Electromagnetic
- Negligible
- Statistical
- Pleistocene
- Spontaneous
- Invariant
- Temporal
- Atmospheric
- Coherent
- Cosmic
- Cyclic
- Longitudinal
- Magnetic
- Spatial
- Chaotic
- Transient
- Observable
- Susceptible
- Monetary
- Unstable

## Adverb

## Wiktionary

FLUCTUATION, noun. A motion like that of waves; a moving in this and that direction.

FLUCTUATION, noun. A wavering; unsteadiness.

FLUCTUATION, noun. In medicine, a wave-like motion or undulation of a fluid in a natural or abnormal cavity (e.g. pus in an abscess), which is felt during palpation or percussion.

FLUCTUATION THEOREM, proper noun. A theorem dealing with the relative probability that the entropy of a system that is currently away from thermodynamic equilibrium (i.e. maximum entropy) will increase or decrease over a given amount of time.

## Dictionary definition

FLUCTUATION, noun. A wave motion; "the fluctuations of the sea".

FLUCTUATION, noun. An instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change.

FLUCTUATION, noun. The quality of being unsteady and subject to changes; "he kept a record of price fluctuations".

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