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Experts agree that much will depend on the measures undertaken both by the United States and Cuba. After all, smaller developing nations like Cameroon often depend on trade with and aid from the West. Attacks are underreported and surveys often depend on what questions were asked and who responded. Two-thirds of the 22 million people in West Africa depend on farming to live. It may also depend upon the physical condition of the victim at the time the venom enters into the system.

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  1. Depend on/upon definition is - to be determined or decided by (something). How to use depend on/upon in a sentence.

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