variado


variado
adj.
varied, mixed, assorted, diverse.
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: variar.
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variado
participio pasado
1→ {{link=variar}}variar
adjetivo
1 varied, mixed
2 (galletas, helados) assorted
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(f. - variada)
adj.
diverse, mixed, varied
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ADJ (gen) varied; (=diverso) mixed; (=surtido) assorted; [superficie, color] variegated
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-da adjetivo
a) <programa/vida/trabajo> varied
b) (diverso)

ropa de colores variados — clothes in a variety of o in various colors

aperitivos/postres variados — choice of aperitifs/desserts

hubo opiniones variadas — there were a variety of opinions

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= assorted, comprehensive, multifarious, varied, broadly based, kaleidoscopic, multifaceted [multi-faceted], wide-ranging [wide ranging], far-ranging, diversified, many-faceted, multidimensional [multi-dimensional].
Ex. Also available are other assorted data bases, including ACCOUNTANTS (index), SPORT (printed equivalent is Sport and Recreation Index), and WPI (World Patents Index covering the patent specifications issued by patent offices in major industrial nations).
Ex. One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
Ex. In the case of the book, it is the interplay of such multifarious trends that will determine its destiny.
Ex. In contrast, the choice of a subject heading or notation presents many varied problems of interpretation.
Ex. Library schools are offering broadly based courses with increasing emphasis on technology and information systems, but practising librarians still need the traditional skills.
Ex. Recruitment of children's librarians is a kaleidoscopic issue involving multifaceted attempts to address a broad spectrum of problems.
Ex. Recruitment of children's librarians is a kaleidoscopic issue involving multifaceted attempts to address a broad spectrum of problems.
Ex. The contents of this handbook are comprehensive and wide-ranging.
Ex. Florida's libraries provide substantial, far-ranging, and varied economic benefits.
Ex. This is the way ahead for public services, based as they are on both social equity and diversified need.
Ex. The solutions to educational problems will be necessarily complex and many-faceted.
Ex. The attraction of such displays is that the multidimensional relationships between subjects may be shown since any one subject can be displayed in juxtaposition with several others.
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* en variadas ocasiones = on several occasions.
* posibilidades muy variadas = rich possibilities.
* una variada gama de = a whole gamut of.
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-da adjetivo
a) <programa/vida/trabajo> varied
b) (diverso)

ropa de colores variados — clothes in a variety of o in various colors

aperitivos/postres variados — choice of aperitifs/desserts

hubo opiniones variadas — there were a variety of opinions

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= assorted, comprehensive, multifarious, varied, broadly based, kaleidoscopic, multifaceted [multi-faceted], wide-ranging [wide ranging], far-ranging, diversified, many-faceted, multidimensional [multi-dimensional].

Ex: Also available are other assorted data bases, including ACCOUNTANTS (index), SPORT (printed equivalent is Sport and Recreation Index), and WPI (World Patents Index covering the patent specifications issued by patent offices in major industrial nations).

Ex: One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
Ex: In the case of the book, it is the interplay of such multifarious trends that will determine its destiny.
Ex: In contrast, the choice of a subject heading or notation presents many varied problems of interpretation.
Ex: Library schools are offering broadly based courses with increasing emphasis on technology and information systems, but practising librarians still need the traditional skills.
Ex: Recruitment of children's librarians is a kaleidoscopic issue involving multifaceted attempts to address a broad spectrum of problems.
Ex: Recruitment of children's librarians is a kaleidoscopic issue involving multifaceted attempts to address a broad spectrum of problems.
Ex: The contents of this handbook are comprehensive and wide-ranging.
Ex: Florida's libraries provide substantial, far-ranging, and varied economic benefits.
Ex: This is the way ahead for public services, based as they are on both social equity and diversified need.
Ex: The solutions to educational problems will be necessarily complex and many-faceted.
Ex: The attraction of such displays is that the multidimensional relationships between subjects may be shown since any one subject can be displayed in juxtaposition with several others.
* en variadas ocasiones = on several occasions.
* posibilidades muy variadas = rich possibilities.
* una variada gama de = a whole gamut of.

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variado -da
adjective
1 ‹programa/repertorio› varied; ‹vida/trabajo› varied
2
(diverso): ropa de colores variados clothes in a variety of o in various colors
[ S ] aperitivos/postres variados choice of aperitifs/desserts
hubo reacciones variadas ante el atentado reactions to the attack were varied, there were diverse o varying reactions to the attack
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Del verbo variar: (conjugate variar)

variado es:

el participio

Multiple Entries:
variado    
variar
variado
-da adjetivo

a)programa/vida/trabajovaried

b) (diverso):

ropa de colores variados clothes in a variety of colors

variar (conjugate variar) verbo intransitivo [precio/temperatura] to vary;
las temperaturas varían entre 20°C y 25°C temperatures range o vary between 20°C and 25°C;

para variado (iró) (just) for a change (iro)
verbo transitivo
1 (hacer variado) ‹menúto vary;
producciónto vary, diversify
2 (cambiar) ‹decoración/rumboto change, alter
variado,-a adj (que tiene variedad) varied
(surtido) assorted
variar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to vary, change
para variar, just for a change
irón llegará tarde, para variar, he'll be late, as usual
podríamos ver una película, para variar, we could see a movie, just for a change
'variado' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
amplia
- amplio
- diversa
- diverso
- surtida
- surtido
- variada
- variar
- vario
English:
assorted
- misc.
- miscellaneous
- mixed
- motley
- varied
- Catholic
- wide
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variado, -a adj
1. [diverso] varied;
fue un día muy variado it was a very varied day
2. [galletas, bombones] assorted
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variado
adj varied
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variado, -da adj
: varied, diverse
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variado adj varied

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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