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various

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From Middle French varieux, from Latin varius (manifold, diverse, various, party-colored, variegated, also changing, changeable, fickle, etc.)

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various

  1. more than one indeterminate thing
    Various books have been taken.
    There are various ways to fix the problem.
    You have broken various of the rules.

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various (not comparable)

  1. having a broad range (of different elements).
    The reasons are various.

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