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English definition of “various”

various

adjective uk   /ˈveə.ri.əs/ us    /ˈver.i-/
A2 many different: We had various problems on our journey, including a puncture. The author gave various reasons for having written the book. Girardo was out of action with various injuries for most of last season. Various people whom we weren't expecting turned up at the meeting.
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