But look, it depends on how old I am [laughs], and whether I have the energy anymore.
How you react to this “revelation” depends on what you believe about the fellow.
[It] is watching very closely … It depends on the continuation of the demonstrations.
Whether you prefer Cruz or Christie likely depends on your political and cultural leanings.
But Habous also said that depends on whether his forces get high-tech weapons from the United States to finish the job.
"That depends on how fast I 'slip,'" answered Jimmy doggedly.
It all depends upon what Captain Blastblow understands his instructions to be.
Upon these facts in general, depends the action of the mineral tans used in tanning furs.
It all depends on how much of his time he spends at digging.
The trade is extremely fluctuating, and depends very much on inventive taste in which we are manifestly inferior to the French.
early 15c., "to be attached to as a condition or cause," a figurative use, from Middle French dependre, literally "to hang from, hang down," from Latin dependere "to hang from, hang down; be dependent on, be derived," from de- "from, down" (see de-) + pendere "to hang, be suspended" (see pendant). Related: Depended; depending.