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fluctuations
Exercise 1 - Understanding meaning
Fluctuations come from the word fluctuate. Fluctuations are changes or movements that go up and down a lot.

For example:

In the south, there are many fluctuations in the weather during the summer. In the mornings, it is sunny and hot, it rains in the afternoons, and at night the temperatures can drop to below 10 degrees Celsius.

The fluctuating levels of oil prices make it very difficult for airlines to know how much to charge for air tickets.
fluctuations
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