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variedadjective

 us   /ˈveər·id, ˈvær-/
having or ​showing many different ​types, or ​changing often: The varied ​symptomsincludedseveremusclepain, ​headaches, and ​dizziness.
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variedadjective

uk   /ˈveə.rɪd/  us   /ˈver.ɪd/
B2 containing or ​changing between several different things or ​types: a varied ​group of ​people a ​lengthy and varied ​career With ​its varied ​climate, the ​countryattracts both ​winter and ​summersportsenthusiasts.
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variedadjective

uk   us   /ˈveərɪd/
changing often, or between different things: He had a varied ​career in ​commerce.
of many different ​types: This ​book has been written for a large and varied ​audience.
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Translations of “varied”
in Arabic مُتَنَوِّع…
in Korean 다양한…
in Portuguese variado…
in Catalan variat…
in Japanese さまざまな…
in Chinese (Simplified) 各种各样的, 形形色色的…
in Turkish değişik, çeşitli, türlü türlü…
in Russian разнообразный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 各種各樣的, 形形色色的…
in Italian vario, pieno di varietà…
in Polish urozmaicony, zróżnicowany…
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