vary vs very

vary very

Definitions

  • 1) obsolete Alteration; change.
  • 2) obsolete Alteration; change.
  • 3) Alteration; change; variation.
  • 4) intransitive To be or act different from the usual.
  • 5) intransitive To display differences.
  • 6) intransitive Not to remain constant: to change with time or a similar parameter.
  • 7) transitive To institute a change in, from a current state; to modify.
  • 8) transitive To change with time or a similar parameter.
  • 9) make something more diverse and varied
  • 10) become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence
  • 11) be at variance with; be out of line with
  • 12) be subject to change in accordance with a variable
  • 13) Toturnoutotherwise.
  • 14) To undergo or show change.
  • 15) To deviate from a standard or expectation.
  • 16) To give variety to; make diverse.
  • 17) To make or cause changes in; modify or alter.
  • 18) To have a range of different qualities or amounts.
  • 19) To deviate; to depart; to swerve; -- followed by from.
  • 20) To differ, or be different; to be unlike or diverse.
  • 21) To disagree; to be at variance or in dissension.
  • 22) To alter, or be altered, in any manner; to suffer a partial change; to become different; to be modified.
  • 23) To alter or change in succession; to alternate.
  • 24) To make of different kinds; to make different from one another; to diversify; to variegate.
  • 25) (Mus.) To embellish; to change fancifully; to present under new aspects, as of form, key, measure, etc. See Variation, 4.
  • 26) To change to something else; to transmute; to exchange; to alternate.
  • 27) To change the aspect of; to alter in form, appearance, substance, position, or the like; to make different by a partial change; to modify

Definitions

  • 1) The same; identical.
  • 2) With limiting effect: mere.
  • 3) True, real, actual
  • 4) Archaic Genuine; true.
  • 5) Being particularly suitable or appropriate.
  • 6) Being the same; identical.
  • 7) Complete; absolute.
  • 8) Used to emphasize the importance of what is specified.
  • 9) Being nothing more than what is specified; mere.
  • 10) True; real; actual; veritable.
  • 11) See the Note under Reverend.
  • 12) precisely as stated
  • 13) being the exact same one; not any other:
  • 14) true, truly
  • 15) to a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly
  • 16) Truly; absolutely.
  • 17) Used in titles.
  • 18) In a high degree; extremely.
  • 19) In a high degree; to no small extent; exceedingly; excessively; extremely.
  • 20) used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal
  • 21) precisely so
  • 22) Truly;actually.

Examples

  • 1) Prices also vary depending on the speed of the charge.
  • 2) Disability varies infinitely in degree and in kind.
  • 3) Product availability and availability of specific designs may vary from store to store.
  • 4) This amount will vary according to individual circumstances.
  • 5) The cost varies depending on location and how much work is needed.
  • 6) Cards may vary from store to store.
  • 7) Your brain's favourite diet is varied.
  • 8) The annual cost is 0.75 % but this can vary depending on which investment platform you use.
  • 9) Over the same period, the big four have narrowed the price gap with the discounters in varying degrees.
  • 10) A The signal strength can vary greatly according to which network you are signed up with.
  • 11) Your returns will vary according to the choices you make.
  • 12) What is on sale varies depending on the season.
  • 13) Household form varied greatly by social group.
  • 14) Turning dreams into reality is something all entrepreneurs attempt to do with varying degrees of success.
  • 15) Toys are selected at random and may vary from those shown.
  • 16) These schools varied enormously in character and quality.
  • 17) The diet was varied and easy to follow.
  • 18) Virtually all feeds contain minerals but the amounts vary.
  • 19) The cost varies according to the size of a property.
  • 20) From time to time the pace of change will vary.
  • 21) Times for cooking soaked beans vary according to how old they are.
  • 22) The costs can vary depending on how many times your portfolio is adjusted and its size.
  • 23) The relationship between exercise and health has long been known to vary with degree.
  • 24) Sailing times may vary slightly at certain times of the year.
  • 25) Our willingness to diet varies from day to day and situation to situation.
  • 26) The minimum amount per point varies according to the broker and the asset.
  • 27) The cost of housing varies greatly across the country.
  • 28) The antibodies attack the tips of the protein, whose form varies between flu mutations.
  • 29) The food has been made more palatable and varied in character, and the men have welcomed the change.
  • 30) Thus, the size of this lowest or poorest class in capitalism has always varied in accordance with general business conditions.
  • 31) Since then, references to emergingmarkets have become ubiquitous in the media, foreign policy and tradedebates, investment fund prospectuses and multinationals 'annualreports, but definitions of the term vary widely.
  • 32) Does the label vary from the prescription or look different than what you expect?
  • 33) The steps and fees to legally change your name vary by state.
  • 34) It is just one instance of the general truth that standards for the application of a term vary within a wide but non-arbitrary range as determined by various features of the context.
  • 35) Extra virgin is an indication of quality - it means that an olive oil is particularly sweet with less than 0.8 per cent acidity - but why do bottles bearing this phrase on the label vary so much in price?
  • 36) baptized for the dead , but interpretations of the phrase vary widely, and it's unclear whether the practice was ever commonplace.
  • 37) Moreover, as they are written for "average patients" and cannot encompass the huge variation in how patients present, there may be good reason to vary from a guideline's recommendation for a patient.
  • 38) Themes can vary from the classic favorites like the beach, stars and sky and green living to something unorthodox like sports themes and even movie sets.
  • 39) They vary from the size of a saucer, to the size of a salad plate, some of them are even as big as a dinner plate.
  • 40) ‘Prices vary greatly depending on the time of year and type of accommodation.’
  • 41) ‘The German mortgage market is quite fragmented and interest rates vary according to the type of mortgage lender.’
  • 42) ‘When they do become evident, symptoms vary according to the type and location of the aneurysm.’
  • 43) ‘As with residential property, prices vary considerably across the country.’
  • 44) ‘Suicide rates vary greatly with age, gender and ethnicity.’
  • 45) ‘Services also vary considerably in size, depending on the nature of their responsibilities.’
  • 46) ‘There are a number of recognized subspecies that vary considerably in size.’
  • 47) ‘Effects of UV-B and temperature on pigment concentrations varied significantly with leaf age.’
  • 48) ‘Do survival rates vary among species, sexes, or habitats?’
  • 49) ‘For one thing, incomes vary widely depending on one's area of residence.’
  • 50) ‘Within sectors, water use can also vary dramatically depending on management practices.’
  • 51) ‘Reform was not a single, uniform process: its pace and intensity varied from state to state.’
  • 52) ‘The severity and frequency of attacks varies due to the extent of the disease.’
  • 53) ‘The Direct Line research also shows the most popular home improvements vary by region.’
  • 54) ‘At the moment, salaries vary on a regional basis.’
  • 55) ‘The strategies that victims use to cope with bullying also vary by gender.’
  • 56) ‘From this brief survey, it is clear that farming was introduced in different ways, and with varying consequences, in different parts of the country.’
  • 57) ‘Having tried lots of different careers with varying success, I've found my vocation.’
  • 58) ‘Network reception for mobile phones varies depending on the area in which you are using the phone.’
  • 59) ‘The interest rates on most regular savings accounts will vary depending on the levels set by the Bank of England every three months.’
  • 60) ‘Diving conditions vary, but the best visibility occurs early in the season before the plankton blooms of late summer.’
  • 61) ‘The diving in the Sea of Cortez is unlike that anywhere else in the world because the conditions can vary so greatly from day to day.’
  • 62) ‘Weather conditions during January have varied between Arctic and monsoon but the course has stood up well and all competitions are on schedule with no backlog.’
  • 63) ‘A strong headwind would favour the heavier Oxford crew, but Hodge said wind conditions usually varied during a race.’
  • 64) ‘Symptoms vary over time as a patient passes through different stages of the disease.’
  • 65) ‘Hay fever symptoms vary in severity and some people find their symptoms are worse some years than others.’
  • 66) ‘However, the courts can insist that payments vary over time as circumstances change.’
  • 67) ‘There is often tinnitus at the same time, which can vary in severity.’
  • 68) ‘More exactly, the period over which the star varies is proportional to the star's intrinsic, actual brightness.’
  • 69) ‘They found that the beats of unhealthy hearts did vary more randomly.’
  • 70) ‘The weather can be changeable, varying between sunshine and snow.’
  • 71) ‘During the Spring months, the weather during the day varies from cool to warm and is usually cool at night.’
  • 72) ‘The weather varied from blowing snow to clear skies and ensured all skiers were put through their paces.’
  • 73) ‘The diagram below shows how demand for a commuter train service typically varies during the day.’
  • 74) ‘Your blood pressure normally varies during the day.’
  • 75) ‘However, the news agency can send different messages by varying the order.’
  • 76) ‘I'll wear each dress time and again, varying the look with different accessories.’
  • 77) ‘As a nice touch, Zoch includes two cork balls with different diameters which varies the skill level of the game significantly.’
  • 78) ‘Union members are angry at proposals by Stagecoach to vary pay between different depots.’
  • 79) ‘But we shouldn't just eat by reflex: it would be much healthier if we thought about our diets and tried to vary them more.’
  • 80) ‘He is a quick bowler, but at his best when he mixes up the pace and varies his length rather than being obsessed by sheer speed.’
  • 81) ‘After a couple of years, he switched to insulin injections, which meant he could vary his diet a bit more.’
  • 82) ‘You can burn more calories by varying the pace of certain aerobic exercise.’
  • 83) ‘It has been found that instead of practicing one action repeatedly, it is better to vary the action continuously.’

Examples

  • 1) We have really used the book text and changed very little of it.
  • 2) The fans here have been very good to me.
  • 3) Otherwise you could end up feeling very rueful.
  • 4) What it does is give us a very good indication.
  • 5) We are all involved in an industry where there is corruption from the very top.
  • 6) We are playing very well in a shape defensively and can build on that.
  • 7) It will come back up very quickly.
  • 8) There are lots of very different ones.
  • 9) She wanted to do it and it would have been very churlish to say no.
  • 10) And a very certain opposition as well: some of it sensible, a good deal of it plain hysterical.
  • 11) We said very little to each other.
  • 12) We have a very good take on it.
  • 13) Those two songs at the end are very touching.
  • 14) We felt we had already given it our very best shot.
  • 15) They are strong in certain areas and very strong in others.
  • 16) You are expected to be right at the top from the very beginning.
  • 17) We improved in the second half and defended very well.
  • 18) The staff say all will be back to normal very soon.
  • 19) That beat is one of very few moments of real tenderness in the film.
  • 20) We will have very little say in what happens.
  • 21) They do not like humans very much.
  • 22) Were you also very determined to make something very different to your previous albums?
  • 23) It often turned out to be very little.
  • 24) We have a very good squad with very good players.
  • 25) He gives us a very good balance.
  • 26) He seems certain to go very close.
  • 27) This is a demoralising message and can discourage women from aiming for the very top.
  • 28) They are very well organised and stubborn.
  • 29) He was a very funny man.
  • 30) But only at the very, very end.
  • 31) It is trivially easy to make your superior look very *very* bad, and all while not quite doing anything that will get you in trouble if the case is that your superior is a total *ss.
  • 32) Often the exposure is short-lived and very harmful but black hat techniques can show up * very* successfully early on, that's the way these tricksters are poised.
  • 33) I could then clearly see two sets of very large claws come out from under a trap door beneath the fridge and behind them a large snout and *very* big teeth.
  • 34) The ones who *don't* overlap that sub-set are the Christian school-at-homers who most certainly do produce TRADITIONALLY educated students who perform at traditional classroom activities very *very* well.
  • 35) This is a serious problem for the boy scouts and even the girl scouts have very strict rules about children ever *ever* being alone with only one adult and they have a right to enforce as best they can an environment where it is *very* clear that sexual activity between boys or between scout leaders and boys is not in any way acceptable.
  • 36) This was a very tiny study with a *very* small number of participants, no doubt handpicked to get the response that the people doing the study were looking for.
  • 37) I changed my fish oil when i got back from trip and this one has a reasonable DHA content versus my previous and my appetite is noticeably reduced..very very noticeably.
  • 38) I do have to say that I loved the photo of the young lady with her 'swain' in his kilt..very very classy.
  • 39) Ten Heroes…not one Medal of Honor recipient…shows where focus is.very sad..very very sad ross berg-buffalo ny
  • 40) In Incredible Hulk #401, Agamemmnon reveals to the Hulk that he ages very slowly and may even be immortal, has a youthful appearance *very* similar to Bucky's, and that he occasionally has left the Mount over the decades to go adventuring.
  • 41) ‘People seem to take the idea of Kevin Bacon, and his Six degrees, very seriously.’
  • 42) ‘This is something that you learn quite quickly and is very easy to exploit if you want free technical support.’
  • 43) ‘There has been a very high degree of co-operation between everyone involved in this case.’
  • 44) ‘Many seas are tideless, and the waters of some are saline only in a very slight degree.’
  • 45) ‘He did very poorly in his degree and had to settle for only a pass degree.’
  • 46) ‘However, it is plain that the Statute requires a very high degree of specificity.’
  • 47) ‘A new form of ultrasound scan can show foetuses at very early degrees of development.’
  • 48) ‘The crystalline state is one in which there is a very high degree of internal order.’
  • 49) ‘The cars come down this road very quickly and we have seen quite a few accidents.’
  • 50) ‘The numbers became very large very quickly but I would keep going quite a while.’
  • 51) ‘Despite a good lap on wet tyres it dried very quickly and he was pushed down to eighth position.’
  • 52) ‘Lettuce, be it red or green, smooth or crinkly, germinates very quickly and is soon ready to eat.’
  • 53) ‘We reorganised and realigned very quickly and eventually there was nowhere for England to go.’
  • 54) ‘But my memory of disagreements is balanced by how very quickly they always made it up.’
  • 55) ‘She sensed someone moving very quickly after her before she was hit from behind and had her bag snatched.’
  • 56) ‘Attacks on anyone who opposes these organisations quickly become very personal.’
  • 57) ‘It was very tense, especially when we went a goal behind in the first half.’
  • 58) ‘It was a bit strange really, and very frustrating especially as we had a chance to get something from the game.’
  • 59) ‘Life is very busy and extra commotion in the background annoys me more than anything.’
  • 60) ‘Twelve months is a long time and has seen two very significant developments.’
  • 61) ‘Brittany, like other regions of France, has a very rich and distinct history which is all its own.’
  • 62) ‘I've seen a lot of movies, but this is truly one of the very best I could ever hope to see.’
  • 63) ‘He was quickly displaying the very mental toughness which has been lacking among his players.’
  • 64) on this very spot
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