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vary

verb /ˈveəri/ ( past tense, past participle varied)
to make, be or become different
variar
These apples vary in size from small to medium.
variable adjective that may be varied
variable
The speed of the food mixer is variable.
(of eg winds, weather etc) liable or likely to change
variable, inestable
British weather is very variable.
variably adverb
variablemente
variability noun ( plural variabilities)
variabilidad
variant noun something that is a slightly different form of another form
variante, diferente
Softball is a variant of baseball played with a larger ball.
(linguistics) a slightly different form of a word or phrase
variante, divergente
an American spelling variant.
variation noun the extent to which a thing changes
variación
In this climate there can be great variations in temperature thorughout the day.
one of a series of musical elaborations made on a basic theme or melody
variación
Brahms’ variations on Haydn’s ’St Anthony’s Chorale’.
varied adjective
variado
He has had a very varied career.
(Definition of vary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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