English - Vietnamese Dictionary
vary /'veəri/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- làm cho khác nhau, thay đổi, biến đổi
- to vary the diet: thay đổi chế độ ăn uống
- nội động từ
- thay đổi, biến đổi, đổi khác
- to vary from day to day: thay đổi mỗi ngày một khác
- khác nhau với, khác với
- this edition varies a little from the first one: bản in này khác với bản in lần thứ nhất một chút
- bất đồng
- opinions vary on this point: ý kiến bất đồng ở điểm này
- (toán học); (vật lý) biến thiên
varied|varies|varying'verɪ /'veər-Thesaurus Dictionary
+make or become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence
+be at variance with; be out of line with
+be subject to change in accordance with a variable
+make something more diverse and varied
Advanced English Dictionary
1 change, alter, diversify, transform, reshape, remodel, restyle, modify, reorganize:
We vary the programme each month to make it more interesting.
2 change, switch, alternate, fluctuate, vacillate:
The manager's attitude varies from helpful to downright rude.
3 depart, deviate, differ, diverge, shift, veer:
These results do not vary from the average by more than five per cent.
+ verb (varying, varied, varied)Collocation Dictionary
1 [V] ~ (in sth) (of a group of similar things) to be different from each other in size, shape, etc.
The students' work varies considerably in quality. + The quality of the students' work varies considerably. + New techniques were introduced with varying degrees of success.
2 [V] ~ (with sth)
~ (from sth to sth)
~ (between A and B) to change or be different according to the situation: The menu varies with the season. + Prices vary according to the type of room you require. + Pulse rates vary slightly from person to person. + Class numbers vary between 25 and 30. + 'What time do you start work?' 'It varies.'
3 [VN] to make changes to sth to make it slightly different: The job enables me to vary the hours I work. + The aerobics instructor varies the routine each week.
See also - VARIED
considerably, dramatically, enormously, a great deal, greatly, a lot, markedly, sharply, significantly, substantially, tremendously, widely, wildly | hardly
The sword hardly varied in form from the 12th to the 15th century.
| (a) little, slightly, somewhat | constantly, continuously
the continuously varying intensities of natural light
| never | inevitably, necessarily
What can be found will inevitably vary according to the area under study.
| naturally, obviously
Personal preference naturally varies.
| systematically | accordingly
Dictionaries are produced with specific markets in mind, and their contents vary accordingly.
The availability of good medical care tends to vary inversely with the need for it.
| geographically, historically
Voting behaviour varies geographically.
VERB + VARY
Prices can vary enormously.
| be likely to, tend to
The leaf's size varies widely according to the area where it grows.
Services offered vary among the main high street banks.
The rate of growth varies considerably between different industries. The doses used for surgical anaesthesia vary between 2 and 10mg/kg.
Access to this information varies by social class.
| depending on
Costs are likely to vary depending on where you live.
| from … to …
The situation varies slightly from country to country. Its speed varies from 20 mph to 35 mph.
The rooms vary in size.
The danger of a heart attack varies with body weight.
vary over/with time
studying moral values and how they vary over time
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