|mean deviation||average deviation|
|A measure of risk based on the standard deviation of the asset return. Also, volatility is a variable that appears in option pricing formulas. In the option pricing formula, it denotes the volatility of the underlying asset return from now to the expir...||Volatility|
|ability to endure hardship, ability to remain unaffected, ability to withstand extremes, acceptance of different views, allowance made for deviation, endurance, broad-mindedness, indulgence, tolerating of something||tolerance|
|act of varying, act or instance of varying; degree of diversity; change; modified version (as of a musical piece); deviation, altered version of a musical theme, biological deviation, change in orbit, degree of difference, linguistic change, living org...||variation|
|act or instance of variation; divergence; discrepancy, strife, discord, change in something, difference between things, difference in cost, disagreement, discrepancy in something, legal dispensation, square of standard deviation||variance|
|action of the person or thing that turns, rotating; place of a change in direction; act of shaping an object on a lathe; object which is shaped on a lathe, deviation, fabric that forms hem, turnery||turning|
|alternative route, bypass, take a roundabout course, go by an indirect way, deviate or make deviate, deviation from more direct route, diversion, indirect path or procedure, roundabout way||detour|
|amount of difference, branching off, deviation; monitor problem in which the primary colors spread around each pixel (Computers); condition in which the eyes are pointed outward (Ophthalmology), deviation of eye from sight line, difference or disparity...||divergence|
|amount something deflects, changing of course, deviation, diversion, turning aside, diverting of attention, movement of needle away from zero, movement of structure under load||deflection|
|angle of orbit, angle on graph, deviation from line or plane, dip, slope, smaller angle, tendency, tendency; liking, preference; slope, incline, slant; bending, leaning, tilting of something, way somebody feels about something||inclination|
|appendix, additional section devoted to further explanation of a topic (in a book); digression, deviation from the main point, lengthy digression||excursus|
|average deviation, measure of dispersion||mean deviation|
|be carried along, change gradually, connecting passage in mine, controlled skid in racing car, current, deposit of gravel, deviation from course, drifting movement, float along with the current; wash away, carry away, form heaps, general meaning, gradu...||drift|
|become void, decline, elapse, error, mistake, failure; temporary deviation; passage of time, pause; gradual sinking to a lower degree, decline; expiration, termination, fail to reach an accepted standard; gradually slip into or out of a state or condit...||lapse|
|being irregular, constipation, irregular thing, lack of symmetry; deviation from the norm, abnormality; lack of regularity, unauthorized thing||irregularity|
|being perturbed, cause of trouble, deviation in orbit caused by gravity, secondary influence on a system, worry, concern, alarm; agitation, disturbance, agitation; bewilderment, act of perplexing||perturbation|
|bleep, delete from a transmission, erase from a transmission, image on a radar screen, make a blip, spot on display screen, sudden deviation||blip|
|branching off, deviation||divergency|
|capricious notion or occurrence; deviation, abnormality; strange creation; crazy person (Slang); hippie; drug user; homosexual (Slang), frighten, distress, excite; become frightened, become excited; become emotionally unstable, lose emotional control; ...||freak|
|congenital deviation of the skin, pigmented patch of skin, birthmark, mole (Medicine)||nevus|
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