depend on howIt will depend on how the tour goes.
do not dependFirst, they do not depend on children's literacy or oracy skills.
also dependThe issuing of bonds and bills will also depend on the government's monetary policy.
depend heavilySince most depend heavily on broadcasting, they are desperate to keep their franchises.
seem to dependThe discourses of science and philosophy, for example, which appear to be entirely directed towards some external referent and whose intelligibility would seem to depend on their transparency, are simply an effect produced by language itself.
depend on whetherNothing of any genuine interest or importance can depend on whether you are a brain in a vat or not.
must dependSince we can never investigate all protons, any general statement about them whatsoever must depend upon a principle of this sort.
likely to dependThe supply of hours is likely to depend on the standard real wage, the overtime real wage and workers’ preferences for income and leisure.
depend largelyAttitudes towards the foreskin depend largely on civilisation and culture.
depend veryThe choice seems to depend very much on the individual preferences of the supervisor.
depend upon howThis defence will be highly relevant in the pharmaceutical industry where much will depend upon how strictly it is construed with regard to new drugs.
people dependThe public transport on which ordinary people depend is inaccessible to wheelchairs.
well dependThe king your brother's life could well depend on your continuing safety.’
obviously dependWe're all theologians, but we do obviously depend heavily on the help of the professionals.
depend in partWhether or not racial hatred is likely to be stirred up may depend in part on the circumstances in which and to whom the library will make the material available.
depend upon whetherRelease will depend upon whether he is thought to pose a danger to the public and therefore should be detained beyond the end of his tariff period.