Definition of depending on in English:

depending on

Being conditioned by; contingent on: makes 8-10 burgers (depending on size) [with clause]: the article sneered or just condescended, depending on how you read it
More example sentences
  • Tickets are $19.95 - $44.95 depending on how much food you'll need.
  • We have a few options for times, depending on how we're getting there, and how late people want to stay up.
  • But with the right turn restrictions programme, the congestion could, depending on how it is implemented, be eased up thereby leading to an improved traffic flow.
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