varicoloured


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varicoloured

(ˈvɛərɪˌkʌləd) or

varicolored

adj
(Colours) having many colours; variegated; motley
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Adj.1.varicoloured - having a variety of colorsvaricoloured - having a variety of colors    
varied - characterized by variety; "immigrants' varied ethnic and religious traditions"; "his work is interesting and varied"
2.varicoloured - having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightlyvaricoloured - having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightly; "a jester dressed in motley"; "the painted desert"; "a particolored dress"; "a piebald horse"; "pied daisies"
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
Translations

varicoloured

varicolored (US) [ˈværɪˈkʌləd] ADJabigarrado, multicolor

varicoloured

, (US) varicolored
adjmehrfarbig
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A journey from the cliff-lined streets of the capital, Jamestown, to Sandy Bay on the opposite side of the island, will see you pass through wind-swept moorland, varicoloured volcanic soils, sub-tropical jungle, temperate green pastures (that Darwin remarked upon as being very similar to Wales), and a landscape so grey and barren that it looks like footage from the lunar landings.
The next layer (158-141 cm) is massive, reddish-grey (5YR/5/2) silt with diffused organics, overlain by an interval (141-111 cm) of varicoloured (5YR/4/4--reddish-brown and 10YR/6/4--light yellowish-brown), deformed and stratified silt and medium sand.
comprises massive, highly bioturbated, purple, red, brown and varicoloured mudstone and shale, which is very thinly to very thickly bedded with sharp upper and lower contacts and planar geometry.
Gourds are something else which might appeal to children as they produce attractive varicoloured fruit (inedible) in a host of shapes and sizes.
The Baker member comprises varicoloured phyllite, micaceous quartzite and limestone in decreasing order of abundance.
A) records, in the varicoloured shales of the lower Pian delle Baste Member, a stable mineralogical association of illite-chlorite and some poor flakes of kaolinite; the alternating sandstones and siltstones prevalently consist, after Folk's systematics (1968), of arkose and lithic arkose, due to the presence of abundant feldspars (albiteoligoclase), locally rimmed by neogenic albite.