Definition of 'versatile'

versatile

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Definitions

1. Capable of doing many things competently.

2. Having varied uses or many functions.

3. Changeable or inconstant.

4. biology Capable of moving freely in all directions.

5. Biology Capable of moving freely in all directions, as the loosely attached anthers of certain flowers.

6. Having varied uses or serving many functions.

7. Variable or inconstant; changeable.

8. Capable of being turned round.

9. Turning with ease from one thing to another; readily applied to a new task, or to various subjects; many-sided.

10. (Nat. Hist.) Capable of turning; freely movable

11. Liable to be turned in opinion; changeable; variable; unsteady; inconstant.

12. competent in many areas and able to turn with ease from one thing to another

13. able to move freely in all directions

14. changeable or inconstant

15. having great diversity or variety

Examples

1. But the versatile actor, who died of cancer, was so much more than a brilliant baddie.

2. Add in all the other technical features and you have a really versatile tool.

3. Your brain is more able and versatile than you realize.

4. That is the value of having versatile players.

5. It needs to be incredibly versatile for any body shape and size.

6. If you find the right one it can prove extremely versatile.

7. It means he is a versatile player.

8. An incredibly versatile and pleasingly designed little object.

9. He has done it before and is capable to do that because he is a very versatile player.

10. What a versatile actor he is!

11. This one is also incredibly versatile.

12. He is a very versatile player.

13. It's incredibly versatile and works really well with so many flavour combinations.

14. Likewise, no doubt, with some of our most versatile actresses.

15. He's a very versatile actor and very easy to photograph, too.

16. You are, in fact, extremely versatile.

17. They're a likeable, extremely versatile group.

18. Right now you'd be hard pushed to find a more versatile actor plying his trade in Hollywood.

19. It's a performance far outside of his usual range, one that reminds us just how versatile an actor he is.

20. ‘Professional armies were expected to be versatile enough to adapt as needed to the enemies they faced.’

21. ‘The plant's flexibility in product selection makes it versatile enough for many different types of contractors.’

22. ‘Despite large scale poaching, the versatile cat adapts well to a changing environment, as can be seen in its growing population.’

23. ‘Sarod seems a more versatile instrument adapting itself to every and any kind of raga when the brothers play it.’

24. ‘The company recognizes the need for hybrid extrudables with unitary construction to function in versatile, custom configurations.’

25. ‘These versatile molecules function as catalysts in the hydrogen peroxide bleaching process.’

26. ‘Soup is versatile enough to be eaten at every meal.’

27. ‘The porch plan is versatile enough to be altered to almost any size ranging from eight to 10 feet wide and from 12 to 24 feet long.’

28. ‘His musical instrument is versatile enough for most melodies.’

29. ‘But they are a ride like no other and are versatile enough to be both a novice's toy and a skater's challenge.’

30. ‘There are accessories and battery options available to make them even more versatile.’

31. ‘Chardonnay and to a slightly lesser extent Syrah, for example, are extremely versatile.’

32. ‘Who knew stretchy fabric could be so versatile?’

33. ‘And when content creation and experience matters, the personal computer remains a remarkably versatile tool.’

34. ‘Here are just ten uses to which you could put this highly versatile software.’

35. ‘A highly versatile property that has been sympathetically restored and upgraded to exacting standards.’

36. ‘But here's the catch: this amazingly versatile and femme fatale dress costs $150.’

37. ‘They're versatile everyday working tools that are large and rugged enough for any task.’

38. ‘Automating backups is a simple matter using the straightforward and versatile tools provided.’

39. ‘‘They're versatile, they're tasty and they're good for you,’ she said.’

40. a versatile anther of a flower moves freely in the wind

Other users have misspelling versatile as:

1. versato 7.37%

2. versati 5.26%

3. versatil 5.26%

4. versetti 4.21%

5. versetile 3.16%

6. versitle 3.16%

7. Other 71.58%

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