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var·ied

 (vâr′ēd, văr′-)
adj.
1. Having or consisting of various kinds or forms; diverse: a person with varied talents. See Synonyms at miscellaneous.
2. Characterized by variety or variation: sailed at a varied pace; a varied landscape.
3. Varicolored or variegated.

var′ied·ly adv.

varied

(ˈvɛərɪd)
adj
1. displaying or characterized by variety; diverse
2. modified or altered: the amount may be varied without notice.
3. (Colours) varicoloured; variegated
ˈvariedly adv
ˈvariedness n

var•ied

(ˈvɛər id)

adj.
1. diverse.
2. changed; altered.
[1580–90]
var′ied•ly, adv.
var′ied•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.varied - characterized by variety; "immigrants' varied ethnic and religious traditions"; "his work is interesting and varied"
heterogeneous, heterogenous - consisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature; "the population of the United States is vast and heterogeneous"
modified - changed in form or character; "their modified stand made the issue more acceptable"; "the performance of the modified aircraft was much improved"
different - unlike in nature or quality or form or degree; "took different approaches to the problem"; "came to a different conclusion"; "different parts of the country"; "on different sides of the issue"; "this meeting was different from the earlier one"
unvaried, unvarying - lacking variety
2.varied - widely different; "varied motives prompt people to join a political party"; "varied ethnic traditions of the immigrants"
diversified - having variety of character or form or components; or having increased variety; "a diversified musical program ranging from classical to modern"; "diversified farming"; "diversified manufacturing"; "diversified scenery"; "diversified investments"
3.varied - broken away from sameness or identity or duplication; "her quickly varied answers indicated uncertainty"
changed - made or become different in nature or form; "changed attitudes"; "changed styles of dress"; "a greatly changed country after the war"

varied

varied

adjective
Translations
مُتَنَوِّعمُتنوِّع
pestrýrozmanitý
varieret
monenlainen
raznolik
változatos
fjölbreyttur
さまざまな
다양한
pester
omväxlande
หลากหลาย
çeşitlideğişiktürlü türlü
khác nhau

varied

[ˈvɛərɪd] ADJvariado

varied

[ˈvɛərid] adj
(= of different types) [motives, opinions, interests, activities] → varié(e)
(= changing often) [life, work, diet] → varié(e)

varied

adjunterschiedlich; career, lifebewegt; selectionreichhaltig; interestsvielfältig; diet, workabwechslungsreich; a varied group of peopleeine gemischte Gruppe; a varied collection of recordseine vielseitige or sehr gemischte Plattensammlung

varied

[ˈvɛərɪd] adj (types, sizes, qualities) → vario/a, diverso/a; (life) → movimentato/a; (diet) → diversificato/a

vary

(ˈveəri) verb
to make, be or become different. These apples vary in size from small to medium.
ˈvariable adjective
1. that may be varied. The machine works at a variable speed.
2. (of eg winds, weather etc) liable or likely to change. British weather is very variable.
noun
something that varies, eg in quantity, value, effect etc. Have you taken all the variables into account in your calculations?
ˈvariably adverb
ˌvariaˈbilityplural variaˈbilities noun
ˌvariˈation noun
1. the extent to which a thing changes. In the desert there are great variations in temperature.
2. one of a series of musical elaborations made on a basic theme or melody. Brahms' variations on Haydn's `St Anthony's Chorale'.
ˈvaried adjective
He has had a very varied career.

varied

مُتَنَوِّع rozmanitý varieret unterschiedlich ποικίλος variado monenlainen varié raznolik variato さまざまな 다양한 gevarieerd variert różny variado различный omväxlande หลากหลาย çeşitli khác nhau 各式各样的
References in classic literature ?
Then came the hours of suspense, during which she vibrated from parlor to porch, while public opinion varied like the weathercock.
So much of mankind's varied experience had passed there,--so much had been suffered, and something, too, enjoyed,--that the very timbers were oozy, as with the moisture of a heart.
But, as respects the majority of my corps of veterans, there will be no wrong done if I characterize them generally as a set of wearisome old souls, who had gathered nothing worth preservation from their varied experience of life.
Of course the wages may be left the same, and the hours varied; one or the other will have to be varied continually, according as a greater or less number of workers is needed in any particular industry.
Where on the globe can there be found an area of equal extent with that occupied by the bulk of our States, so fertile and so rich and varied in its productions, and at the same time so habitable by the European, as this is?
As I write, now, many months later, I perceive that each of us, by observing and noting and inquiring, diligently and day by day, had managed to lay in a most varied and opulent stock of misinformation.
We traveled everywhere--years and years-- picking up smatterings of strange tongues, familiarizing ourselves with strange sights and strange customs, accumulating an education of a wide and varied and curious sort.
This picture brought such an agony of pleasurable suf- fering that he worked it over and over again in his mind and set it up in new and varied lights, till he wore it threadbare.
She turned towards Lucy in silent amazement, unable to divine the reason or object of such a declaration; and though her complexion varied, she stood firm in incredulity, and felt in no danger of an hysterical fit, or a swoon.
My world had for some years been in Lowood: my experience had been of its rules and systems; now I remembered that the real world was wide, and that a varied field of hopes and fears, of sensations and excitements, awaited those who had courage to go forth into its expanse, to seek real knowledge of life amidst its perils.
This writing, however, was nothing but a name repeated in all kinds of characters, large and small - CATHERINE EARNSHAW, here and there varied to CATHERINE HEATHCLIFF, and then again to CATHERINE LINTON.
So the fortnight slipped away, varied by nothing but the variation of the tide, which altered Mr.