Varus Varying

Vary

Meanings and phrases

vary

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v.
  1. become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence; change; alter
  2. be at variance with; be out of line with; deviate; diverge; depart
  3. be subject to change in accordance with a variable
  4. make something more diverse and varied; variegate; motley

vary widely

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E.g.
  • The size of the areola can vary widely among women.
  • Rates of dairy consumption vary widely worldwide.
  • Adoption policies for each country vary widely.

vary between

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  • The color has shown to vary between white and red.
  • Rates, however, vary between regions of the world.
  • Customs vary between cultures and religious groups.

vary depending

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E.g.
  • Late complications vary depending on the type of FGM.
  • Procedures vary depending on the law society.
  • The advantages of licensure vary depending upon location.

vary greatly

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E.g.
  • Accounts of the success of the opera vary greatly.
  • Rules vary greatly from tournament to tournament.
  • Estimates of the extent of his empire vary greatly.

vary in size

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E.g.
  • They can vary in size up to long and in diameter.
  • Its prey can vary in size to close to its own size.
  • vary in size, and are often as large as in diameter.
E.g.
  • Estimates of the total death toll vary considerably.
  • All five vowel phonemes vary considerably phonetically.
  • These measures vary considerably in usage.

vary according

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E.g.
  • Sign production can often vary according to location.
  • These institutions can vary according to different contexts.
  • The quantity and quality may vary according to personal taste.
E.g.
  • The arrangements vary significantly case by case.
  • Crop yields vary significantly between Indian states.
  • Abortion laws vary significantly by country.

not vary

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E.g.
  • Temperatures do not vary much throughout the year.
  • It does not vary with time, but remains unchangeable."
  • Uniforms are typically unisex and do not vary from male to female.

vary among

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E.g.
  • These migrations vary among the different groups.
  • Catalase reactions vary among Enterobacteriaceae.
  • Beliefs on baptism vary among denominations.

vary based

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E.g.
  • The fares for Demand Response vary based on distance traveled.
  • Track selection per cup may vary based on difficulty level chosen.
  • Aphasia symptoms can vary based on the location of damage in the brain.

vary across

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E.g.
  • Perceptions of bird species vary across cultures.
  • Downward revisions in GDP growth vary across regions.
  • The Alilo carols vary across the provinces of Georgia.

vary slightly

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  • (Actual distance may vary slightly.)
  • The design of a Dive Coaster can vary slightly from one to another.
  • Image sizes may vary slightly from one copy to another due to paper shrinkage.

sources vary

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  • A total of 114 or 117 (sources vary) boats were built between 1967 and 1990.
  • The Danish scholar Axel Olrik (1903) has proposed a solution to why the sources vary.
  • The song was immediately prohibited from being played on RTÉ stations or was severely restricted, sources vary.

vary in length

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E.g.
  • Polydesmids have no eyes, and vary in length from .
  • Double bass bows vary in length, ranging from .
  • They vary in length, from one centimeter in diameter upwards.

estimates vary

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E.g.
  • Population estimates vary, ranging from 600,000 to 700,000 .
  • The estimates vary between 60,000 and 300,000 ethnic Greeks in Albania.
  • The railway had a maximum length of about in the 1970s, though estimates vary.

does not vary

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  • It does not vary with time, but remains unchangeable."
  • This is minimized for a given volume when Surface free energy, being an intensive property, does not vary with volume.
  • In Slavic languages, its pronunciation does not vary by much: , "Kerchenskyi Pivostriv"; , "Kerich Yarymadasy"; , "Kyerchyenskii Polu'ostrov".
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