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Translation of "variety" - English-Spanish dictionary

variety

noun   /vəˈraɪ·ə·ti/
a variety of something/someone
A2 many different types of things or people una variedad de algo/alguien Ben has done a variety of jobs.
B1 [no plural] a lot of different activities, situations, people, etc. variedad I need more variety in my life.
( plural varieties) a different type of something variedad a new variety of potato
(Definition of variety from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

variety

noun /vəˈraiəti/ ( plural varieties)
the quality of being of many different kinds or of being varied variedad There’s a great deal of variety in this job.
a mixed collection or range surtido, variedad (de) The children got a variety of toys on their birthdays.
a sort or kind variedad They grow fourteen different varieties of rose.
a type of mixed theatrical entertainment including dances, songs, short sketches etc (espectáculo de) variedades I much prefer operas to variety (also adjective) a variety show.
(Definition of variety from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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