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- enPR: və-rīʹĭ-tē, IPA (key): /vəˈraɪ.ɪ.ti/
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- Hyphenation: va‧ri‧e‧ty
- (countable) (singular) A variety of things is a group of things that are not all the same.
- Americans can buy a wide variety of cheap products at local supermarkets.
- This study was conducted over a relatively long period of time and in a variety of settings.
- The films cover a wide variety of topics from wars to fantasy.
- The teachers use a variety of techniques to help the students understand the material.
- We get the information from newspapers and a variety of other sources.
- They felt it was important for a variety of reasons.
- The shirts are available in a variety of fun colors.
- Middle school students participated in a wide variety of activities.
- (uncountable) Variety is the quality of not being the same.
- Fruit can add variety to your salads.
- (countable) A variety is one kind of something, especially plants and animals.
- The shop has 25 tomato varieties.
- By 1930, Southerners alone had developed nearly 1,400 unique apple varieties.