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variety [ və'raiəti] n.多样化;种类;变种

a variety of 种种,各种

a variety of 种种,各种

a variety of

variety [və'raiəti] n. 种种,种类,变化

variety [və'raiəti] n.变化,种类,品种

杂耍 variety show; vaudeville

A rich variety of dialects still exist throughout the country.

Thus I desire a great deal less pleasure from jazz and thrillers than from the music, let us say, of Beethoven or the novels, for example, of Dostoievsky; and the sex appeal of the girls on the covers of magazines seems to me less thrilling than the more complicated appeal to a great variety of feelings made by a Rubens, an EI Greco, a Constable, a Seurat.
因此我从爵士乐和刺激性事物中找到的乐趣需比音乐里的少得多,比如说,贝多芬的或者是Dostoievsky的小说;杂志封面上的性感女郎比Rubens,Greco,Constablet Seurat所创造的精细复杂的情感对于我来说要逊色得多。

Americans are proud of their variety and individuality, yet they love and respect few things more than a uniform, whether it is the uniform of an elevator operator or the uniform of a five-star general.

It's available in a variety of sizes at convenience stores and department stores as well.

Variety is the mother of enjoyment.
Benjamin Disraeli, British statesman and writer

a (great/wide) variety of 种种、各种

@@@ 各种
a (great/wide) variety of 种种, 各种
all sorts of 各种各样的
of sorts 不怎样的; 各种各样的

The new varieties have very vivid designs and beautiful colors.

He inquired about the varieties, specifications and price, and so on and so forth.

We have inquired of Manager Zhang about the varieties, quality and price of tea.

变种 mutation; variety

彩 colour; variety

矮杆品种 [ǎi gǎn pǐn zhǒng] /short-stalked variety/short straw variety/

变种 [biàn zhǒng] /mutation/variety/variant/

彩 [cǎi] /(bright) color/variety/applause/applaud/(lottery) prize/

代数簇 [dài shù cù] /(math.) algebraic variety/

繁多 [fán duō] /(adj) have many varieties/

高维代数簇 [gāo wéi dài shù cù] /(math.) higher dimensional algebraic variety/

各种各样 [gè zhǒng gè yàng] /various sorts and varieties/

哈密瓜 [hā mì guā] /Hami melon (a variety of muskmelon)/

花色 [huā sè] /(n) variety; designs and colors/

俳 [pái] /irresolute/not serious/variety show/

品种 [pǐn zhǒng] /breed/variety/

种类 [zhǒng lèi] /kind/genus/type/category/variety/species/sort/class/

Drugs (substances) that affect the central nervous system and alter perception, mood, and behavior are known as psychoactive substances.
Psychoactive substances are commonly grouped according to whether they are stimulants, depressants, or hallucinogen.
Stimulants initially speed up or activate the central nervous system, whereas depressants slow it down.
Hallucinogens have their primary effect on perception, distorting and altering it in a variety of ways including producing hallucinations.
These are the substances often called psychedelic (from the Greek word meaning "mind-manifestation") because they seemed to radically alter one's state of consciousness.

With as many as 120 varieties in existence, discovering how cancer works is not easy.

{adj: colorful, colourful} striking in variety and interest
"a colorful period of history"
"a colorful character"
"colorful language"
<-> colorless, colourless

{adj: colorless, colourless} lacking in variety and interest
"a colorless and unimaginative person"
"a colorless description of the parade"
<-> colorful, colourful

{adj: cultural} relating to the raising of plants or animals
"a cultural variety"

{adj: diversified} having variety of character or form or components; or having increased variety
"a diversified musical program ranging from classical to modern"
"diversified farming"
"diversified manufacturing"
"diversified scenery"
"diversified investments"
<-> undiversified

{adj: early} at or near the beginning of a period of time or course of events or before the usual or expected time
"early morning"
"an early warning"
"early diagnosis"
"an early death"
"took early retirement"
"an early spring"
"early varieties of peas and tomatoes mature before most standard varieties"
<-> middle, late

{adj: humdrum, monotonous} tediously repetitious or lacking in variety
"a humdrum existence; all work and no play"
"nothing is so monotonous as the sea"

{adj: many-sided} full of variety or interest
"a many-sided personality"

{adj: modular} constructed with standardized units or dimensions allowing flexibility and variety in use
"modular furniture"
"modular homes"

{adj: omnifarious} of all varieties or forms or kinds
"omnifarious reading"

{adj: unaccustomed} not customary or usual
"an unaccustomed pleasure"
"many varieties of unaccustomed foods"
"a new budget of unaccustomed austerity"

{adj: undistributed} (of investments) not distributed among a variety of securities

{adj: unvaried, unvarying} lacking variety
<-> varied

{adj: varicolored, varicoloured, variegated} having a variety of colors

{adj: varied} characterized by variety
"immigrants' varied ethnic and religious traditions"
"his work is interesting and varied"
<-> unvaried

{adj: versatile, various} having great diversity or variety
"his various achievements are impressive"
"his vast and versatile erudition"

{adv: pre-eminently, preeminently} to a preeminent degree; with superiority or distinction above others; in a preeminent manner
"a wide variety of pre-eminently contemporary scenes"

{n: Acapulco gold, Mexican green} a particularly potent variety of marijuana

{n: Alpine enchanter's nightshade, Circaea alpina} an Alpine variety of enchanter's nightshade

{n: American badger, Taxidea taxus} a variety of badger native to America

{n: American egret, great white heron, Egretta albus} a common egret of the genus Egretta found in America; it is a variety of the Old World white egret Casmerodius albus

{n: American merganser, Mergus merganser americanus} common North American diving duck considered a variety of the European goosander

{n: American mountain ash, Sorbus americana} a variety of mountain ash

{n: Arabic, Arabic language} the Semitic language of the Arabs; spoken in a variety of dialects

{n: Astrophyton muricatum} a variety of basket star

{n: Australian sea lion, Zalophus lobatus} a variety of sea lion found in Australia

{n: Beatles} a rock group from Liverpool who between 1962 and 1970 produced a variety of hit songs and albums (most of it written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon)

{n: Blenheim spaniel} red-and-white variety of English toy spaniel

{n: Boott's goldenrod} a variety of goldenrod

{n: Brabancon griffon} a variety of Brussels griffon having a short smooth coat

{n: Burbank, Luther Burbank} United States horticulturist who developed many new varieties of fruits and vegetables and flowers (1849-1926)

{n: Caladium bicolor} most popular caladium; cultivated in many varieties since the late 19th century

{n: Caloscypha fulgens} an early spring variety of discomycete with yellow to orange yellow lining of the cup

{n: Cardigan, Cardigan Welsh corgi} slightly bowlegged variety of corgi having rounded ears and a long tail

{n: Connemara heath, St. Dabeoc's heath, Daboecia cantabrica} low straggling evergreen shrub of western Europe represented by several varieties with flowers from white to rose-purple

{n: Cynocephalus variegatus} a variety of flying lemur

{n: Cynopterus sphinx} a variety of fruit eating bat

{n: Darjeeling} a fine variety of black tea grown in northern India

{n: Delicious} variety of sweet eating apples

{n: Eastern silvery aster} a variety of aster

{n: Elliott's goldenrod} a variety of goldenrod

{n: English hawthorn, Crataegus monogyna} European hawthorn having deeply cleft leaves and bright red fruits; widely cultivated in many varieties and often grown as impenetrable hedges; established as an escape in eastern North America

{n: Eurasian badger, Meles meles} a variety of badger native to Europe and Asia

{n: Eurasian hamster, Cricetus cricetus} a variety of hamster common to Europe and Asia

{n: European dogtooth, Erythronium dens-canis} sturdy European dogtooth with rose to mauve flowers; cultivated in many varieties

{n: European sandpiper, Actitis hypoleucos} a variety of sandpiper

{n: Hall's honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica halliana} a variety of Japanese honeysuckle that grows like a vine; established as an aggressive escape in southeastern United States

{n: Hippodamia convergens} a variety of ladybug

{n: Italian parsley, flat-leaf parsley, Petroselinum crispum neapolitanum} a variety of parsley having flat leaves

{n: Jack of all trades} a person able to do a variety of different jobs acceptably well

{n: Jaculus jaculus} a variety of jerboa

{n: Japanese flowering cherry, Prunus sieboldii} ornamental tree with inedible fruit widely cultivated in many varieties for its pink blossoms

{n: Japanese maple, Acer palmatum} ornamental shrub or small tree of Japan and Korea with deeply incised leaves; cultivated in many varieties

{n: Japanese pink, Dianthus chinensis heddewigii} a flowering variety of China pink distinguished by jagged-edged petals

{n: Jeffrey pine, Jeffrey's pine, black pine, Pinus jeffreyi} tall symmetrical pine of western North America having long blue-green needles in bunches of 3 and elongated cones on spreading somewhat pendulous branches; sometimes classified as a variety of ponderosa pine

{n: Jersey elm, guernsey elm, wheately elm, Ulmus sarniensis, Ulmus campestris sarniensis, Ulmus campestris wheatleyi} a variety of the English elm with erect branches and broader leaves

{n: Jersey knapweed} a variety of knapweed

{n: Kentucky black bass, spotted black bass, Micropterus pseudoplites} a variety of black bass

{n: Marco Polo sheep, Marco Polo's sheep, Ovis poli} Asiatic wild sheep with exceptionally large horns; sometimes considered a variety of the argali (or Ovis ammon)

{n: Morlett's crocodile} a variety of crocodile

{n: Naval Research Laboratory, NRL} the United States Navy's defense laboratory that conducts basic and applied research for the Navy in a variety of scientific and technical disciplines

{n: New World beaver, Castor canadensis} a variety of beaver found in almost all areas of North America except Florida

{n: New World mouse} a variety of rodent

{n: Norway maple, Acer platanoides} a large Eurasian maple tree naturalized in North America; five-lobed leaves yellow in autumn; cultivated in many varieties

{n: Nymphaea, genus Nymphaea} the type genus of the family Nymphaeaceae; any of a variety of water lilies

{n: Ohio goldenrod} a variety of goldenrod

{n: Old World beaver, Castor fiber} a European variety of beaver

{n: Pearmain} any of several varieties of apples with red skins

{n: Pembroke, Pembroke Welsh corgi} the smaller and straight-legged variety of corgi having pointed ears and a short tail

{n: Persian melon} the fruit of a variety of winter melon vine; a large green melon with orange flesh

{n: Peziza, genus Peziza} type genus of the Pezizaceae: a variety of cup fungus

{n: Phyllostomus hastatus} a variety of leaf-nosed bat

{n: Podaxaceae} a variety of gastromycete

{n: Polistes annularis} a variety of paper wasp

{n: Pteris cretica} cultivated in many varieties as houseplants

{n: Pteropus capestratus} a variety of fruit bat

{n: Pteropus hypomelanus} a variety of fruit bat

{n: Rufous rubber cup} a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae

{n: Schreiber's aster} a variety of aster

{n: Siberian crab, Siberian crab apple, cherry apple, cherry crab, Malus baccata} Asian wild crab apple cultivated in many varieties for it small acid usually red fruit used for preserving

{n: Spanish paprika} a mild seasoning made from a variety of pimiento grown in Spain

{n: St.-Bruno's-lily, Paradisea liliastrum} a variety of spiderwort

{n: Sullivan, Ed Sullivan, Edward Vincent Sullivan} United States host on a well known television variety show (1902-1974)

{n: Tarsius glis} a variety of tarsier

{n: Tarsius syrichta} a variety of tarsier

{n: Tokay} variety of wine grape originally grown in Hungary; the prototype of vinifera grapes

{n: Valencia orange} variety of sweet orange cultivated extensively in Florida and California

{n: Verdicchio} a variety of white wine grape grown in Italy

{n: Vitis, genus Vitis} the type genus of the family Vitaceae; woody vines with simple leaves and small flowers; includes a wide variety of grapes

{n: Western silvery aster} a variety of aster

{n: ader wax, earth wax, mineral wax, ozokerite, ozocerite} a waxy mineral that is a mixture of hydrocarbons and occurs in association with petroleum; some varieties are used in making ceresin and candles

{n: al-Qaeda, Qaeda, al-Qa'ida, al-Qaida, Base} a terrorist network intensely opposed to the United States that dispenses money and logistical support and training to a wide variety of radical Islamic terrorist groups; has cells in more than 50 countries

{n: alexandrite} a green variety of chrysoberyl used as a gemstone

{n: almandine} a purple variety of the ruby spinel

{n: alpaca, Lama pacos} domesticated llama with long silky fleece; believed to be a domesticated variety of the guanaco

{n: alphavirus} an arbovirus of the family Togaviridae that can cause a variety of encephalitis in horses

{n: alpine clubmoss, Lycopodium alpinum} a variety of club moss

{n: amethyst} a transparent purple variety of quartz; used as a gemstone

{n: amphibole} a mineral or mineral variety belonging to the amphibole group

{n: annual salt-marsh aster} a variety of aster

{n: antibody} any of a large variety of proteins normally present in the body or produced in response to an antigen which it neutralizes, thus producing an immune response

{n: antimony, Sb, atomic number 51} a metallic element having four allotropic forms; used in a wide variety of alloys; found in stibnite

{n: anxiety disorder} a cover term for a variety of mental disorders in which severe anxiety is a salient symptom

{n: anxiety, anxiousness} a relatively permanent state of anxiety occurring in a variety of mental disorders

{n: apple, orchard apple tree, Malus pumila} native Eurasian tree widely cultivated in many varieties for its firm rounded edible fruits

{n: aquamarine} a transparent variety of beryl that is blue green in color

{n: aromatic aster} a variety of aster

{n: arrow leaved aster} a variety of aster

{n: assortment, mixture, mixed bag, miscellany, miscellanea, variety, salmagundi, smorgasbord, potpourri, motley} a collection containing a variety of sorts of things
"a great assortment of cars was on display"
"he had a variety of disorders"
"a veritable smorgasbord of religions"

{n: auction, auction bridge} a variety of bridge in which tricks made in excess of the contract are scored toward game; now generally superseded by contract bridge

{n: azure aster} a variety of aster

{n: balas, balas ruby} a pale rose-colored variety of the ruby spinel

{n: ballroom dancing, ballroom dance} any of a variety of social dances performed by couples in a ballroom

{n: balsam woolly aphid, Adelges piceae} a variety of adelgid

{n: bazaar, bazar} a shop where a variety of goods are sold

{n: beach strawberry, Chilean strawberry, Fragaria chiloensis} wild strawberry of western United States and South America; source of many varieties of cultivated strawberries

{n: bell pepper} large bell-shaped sweet pepper in green or red or yellow or orange or black varieties

{n: beryl} the chief source of beryllium; colored transparent varieties are valued as gems

{n: black felt cup} a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae

{n: black locust, yellow locust, Robinia pseudoacacia} large thorny tree of eastern and central United States having pinnately compound leaves and drooping racemes of white flowers; widely naturalized in many varieties in temperate regions

{n: black-footed albatross, gooney, gooney bird, goonie, goony, Diomedea nigripes} a variety of albatross with black feet

{n: blue fox} a variety of arctic fox having a pale grey winter coat

{n: blue pike, blue pickerel, blue pikeperch, blue walleye, Strizostedion vitreum glaucum} variety inhabiting the Great Lakes

{n: board, plank} a stout length of sawn timber; made in a wide variety of sizes and used for many purposes

{n: bog aster} a variety of aster

{n: breed, strain, stock} a special variety of domesticated animals within a species
"he experimented on a particular breed of white rats"
"he created a new strain of sheep"

{n: broad leaved centaury} a variety of centaury with broad leaves

{n: brown cup} a variety of sclerotinia

{n: canebrake rattlesnake, canebrake rattler, Crotalus horridus atricaudatus} southern variety

{n: cantaloupe, cantaloup, cantaloupe vine, cantaloup vine, Cucumis melo cantalupensis} a variety of muskmelon vine having fruit with a tan rind and orange flesh

{n: caprifig, Ficus carica sylvestris} wild variety of the common fig used to facilitate pollination of certain figs

{n: carnation, clove pink, gillyflower, Dianthus caryophyllus} Eurasian plant with pink to purple-red spice-scented usually double flowers; widely cultivated in many varieties and many colors

{n: carnelian, cornelian} a translucent red or orange variety of chalcedony

{n: carrot, cultivated carrot, Daucus carota sativa} perennial plant widely cultivated as an annual in many varieties for its long conical orange edible roots; temperate and tropical regions

{n: celeriac, celery root} thickened edible aromatic root of a variety of celery plant

{n: chalcis fly} a variety of chalcid fly

{n: charred pancake cup} a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae

{n: checkup, medical checkup, medical examination, medical exam, medical, health check} a thorough physical examination; includes a variety of tests depending on the age and sex and health of the person

{n: chert} variety of silica containing microcrystalline quartz

{n: chicory escarole, endive, escarole} variety of endive having leaves with irregular frilled edges

{n: chronic renal failure, chronic kidney failure} renal failure that can result from a variety of systemic disorders

{n: chrysoprase} a green variety of chalcedony valued as a gemstone

{n: citrus mealybug, Planococcus citri} feeds on a wide variety of cultivated plants but especially destructive to citrus

{n: clementine, clementine tree} a variety of mandarin orange that is grown around the Mediterranean and in South Africa

{n: collard} variety of kale having smooth leaves

{n: collection, compendium} a publication containing a variety of works

{n: color, colour, vividness} interest and variety and intensity
"the Puritan Period was lacking in color"
"the characters were delineated with exceptional vividness"

{n: columbian mammoth, Mammuthus columbi} a variety of mammoth

{n: common booklouse, Trogium pulsatorium} a variety of booklouse

{n: common brant goose, Branta bernicla} the best known variety of brant goose

{n: common murre, Uria aalge} the most frequent variety of murre

{n: common pond-skater, Gerris lacustris} a variety of water strider

{n: common scoter, Melanitta nigra} a variety of scoter

{n: common wasp, Vespula vulgaris} a variety of vespid wasp

{n: common wheat, Triticum aestivum} widely cultivated in temperate regions in many varieties for its commercially important grain

{n: confection, concoction} the act of creating something (a medicine or drink or soup etc.) by compounding or mixing a variety of components

{n: contract, contract bridge} a variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid

{n: convenience store} a store selling a limited variety of food and pharmaceutical items; open long hours for the convenience of customers

{n: copper beech, purple beech, Fagus sylvatica atropunicea, Fagus purpurea, Fagus sylvatica purpurea} variety of European beech with shining purple or copper-colored leaves

{n: coral} marine colonial polyp characterized by a calcareous skeleton; masses in a variety of shapes often forming reefs

{n: corn, maize, Indian corn, Zea mays} tall annual cereal grass bearing kernels on large ears: widely cultivated in America in many varieties; the principal cereal in Mexico and Central and South America since pre-Columbian times

{n: country store, general store, trading post} a retail store serving a sparsely populated region; usually stocked with a wide variety of merchandise

{n: crab apple, crabapple, cultivated crab apple} any of numerous varieties of crab apples cultivated for their small acid (usually bright red) fruit used for preserving or as ornamentals for their blossoms

{n: creeping willow, Salix repens} small trailing bush of Europe and Asia having straggling branches with silky green leaves of which several varieties are cultivated

{n: crooked-stemmed aster} a variety of aster

{n: croton, Codiaeum variegatum} grown in many varieties for their brightly colored foliage; widely cultivated as a houseplant

{n: cultivar} a variety of a plant developed from a natural species and maintained under cultivation

{n: daffodil, Narcissus pseudonarcissus} any of numerous varieties of Narcissus plants having showy often yellow flowers with a trumpet-shaped central crown

{n: damourite} a variety of muscovite

{n: department store, emporium} a large retail store organized into departments offering a variety of merchandise; commonly part of a retail chain

{n: description} sort or variety
"every description of book was there"

{n: devil's cigar} a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae

{n: devil's urn} a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae

{n: diapheromera, Diapheromera femorata} a variety of stick insect

{n: dim sum} traditional Chinese cuisine; a variety of foods (including several kinds of steamed or fried dumplings) are served successively in small portions

{n: dinoceras, uintathere} a variety of dinocerate

{n: disaccharide} any of a variety of carbohydrates that yield two monosaccharide molecules on complete hydrolysis

{n: divergent thinking, out-of-the-box thinking} thinking that moves away in diverging directions so as to involve a variety of aspects and which sometimes lead to novel ideas and solutions; associated with creativity
<-> convergent thinking

{n: diverseness, diversity, multifariousness, variety} noticeable heterogeneity
"a diversity of possibilities"
"the range and variety of his work is amazing"

{n: diversification, variegation} the act of introducing variety (especially in investments or in the variety of goods and services offered)
"my broker recommended a greater diversification of my investments"
"he limited his losses by diversification of his product line"

{n: domestic llama, Lama peruana} used in the Andes as a beast of burden and source of wool; considered a domesticated variety of the guanaco

{n: downy wood mint, Blephilia celiata} a variety of wood mint

{n: dry vermouth, French vermouth} dry pale amber variety

{n: eastern dasyure, Dasyurus quoll} a variety of dasyure

{n: eastern indigo snake, Drymarchon corais couperi} a variety of indigo snake

{n: edible-pod pea, edible-podded pea, Pisum sativum macrocarpon} a variety of pea plant producing peas having soft thick edible pods lacking the fibrous inner lining of the common pea

{n: energy} (physics) the capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs
"energy can take a wide variety of forms"

{n: evergreen bittersweet, Euonymus fortunei radicans, Euonymus radicans vegetus} broad and bushy Asiatic twining shrub with pinkish fruit; many subspecies or varieties

{n: factotum} a servant employed to do a variety of jobs

{n: faddist} a person who subscribes to a variety of fads

{n: fall webworm, Hyphantria cunea} a variety of webworm

{n: feather reed grass, feathertop, Calamagrostis acutiflora} a variety of reed grass

{n: ferret} domesticated albino variety of the European polecat bred for hunting rats and rabbits

{n: field pea, field-pea plant, Austrian winter pea, Pisum sativum arvense, Pisum arvense} variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for forage

{n: field pussytoes} a variety of pussytoes

{n: flageolet, haricot} a French bean variety with light-colored seeds; usually dried

{n: flat-topped white aster} a variety of aster

{n: florest's cineraria, Pericallis hybrida} herb derived from Pericallis cruenta and widely cultivated in a variety of profusely flowering forms with florets from white to pink to red or purple or violet or blue

{n: florist's gloxinia, Sinningia speciosa, Gloxinia spesiosa} South American herb cultivated in many varieties as a houseplant for its large handsome leaves and large variously colored bell-shaped flowers

{n: fox grape, Vitis labrusca} native grape of northeastern United States; origin of many cultivated varieties e.g. Concord grapes

{n: fox grape} purplish-black wild grape of the eastern United States with tough skins that slip easily from the flesh; cultivated in many varieties

{n: froghopper} a variety of spittlebug

{n: gambling house, gambling den, gambling hell, gaming house} a public building in which a variety of games of chance can be played (operated as a business)

{n: garden huckleberry, wonderberry, sunberry, Solanum nigrum guineese, Solanum melanocerasum, Solanum burbankii} improved garden variety of black nightshade having small edible orange or black berries

{n: garden plant} any of a variety of plants usually grown especially in a flower or herb garden

{n: garden webworm, Loxostege similalis} a variety of webworm

{n: generic, generic wine} a wine that is a blend of several varieties of grapes with no one grape predominating; a wine that does not carry the name of any specific grape
<-> varietal wine, varietal

{n: genus Cattleya} large and highly valued genus of beautiful tropical American epiphytic or lithophytic orchids; the typical orchids; known in many varieties

{n: genus Hibiscus} large genus of tropical and subtropical herbs and shrubs and trees often grown as ornamentals for their profusion of large flowers in a variety of colors

{n: giant conch, Strombus gigas} a large variety of conch

{n: goldeneye, golden-eyed fly} a variety of green lacewing

{n: gooseneck loosestrife, Lysimachia clethroides Duby} a variety of the loosestrife herb

{n: grade} a variety of cattle produced by crossbreeding with a superior breed

{n: grainy club} a variety of grainy club mushrooms

{n: grass-leaved golden aster} a variety of golden aster

{n: greater kudu, Tragelaphus strepsiceros} a variety of kudu

{n: greater prairie chicken, Tympanuchus cupido} the most common variety of prairie chicken

{n: greater yellowlegs, Tringa melanoleuca} a variety of yellowlegs

{n: green ash, Fraxinus pennsylvanica subintegerrima} a variety of red ash having glossy branchlets and lower leaf surfaces

{n: green mushroom pimple} a variety of mushroom pimple

{n: greengage, greengage plum} sweet green or greenish-yellow variety of plum

{n: ground cedar, dwarf juniper, Juniperus communis depressa} a procumbent variety of the common juniper

{n: ground cedar, staghorn moss, Lycopodium complanatum} a variety of club moss

{n: ground fir, princess pine, tree clubmoss, Lycopodium obscurum} a variety of club moss

{n: hairy wood mint, Blephilia hirsuta} a variety of wood mint

{n: hare's-foot bristle fern, Trichomanes boschianum} a variety of bristle fern

{n: haricot} a French variety of green bean plant bearing light-colored beans

{n: hazel mouse, Muscardinus avellanarius} a variety of dormouse

{n: head cabbage} any of several varieties of cabbage having a large compact globular head; may be steamed or boiled or stir-fried or used raw in coleslaw

{n: heart} a firm rather dry variety meat (usually beef or veal)
"a five-pound beef heart will serve six"

{n: heather, ling, Scots heather, broom, Calluna vulgaris} common Old World heath represented by many varieties; low evergreen grown widely in the northern hemisphere

{n: hegari} Sudanese sorghums having white seeds; one variety grown in southwestern United States

{n: herba impia, Filago germanica} (literally an undutiful herb) a variety of cotton rose

{n: honeydew, honeydew melon} the fruit of a variety of winter melon vine; a large smooth greenish-white melon with pale green flesh

{n: houseplant} any of a variety of plants grown indoors for decorative purposes

{n: hyacinth, jacinth} a red transparent variety of zircon used as a gemstone

{n: hybrid, crossbreed, cross} an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock; especially offspring produced by breeding plants or animals of different varieties or breeds or species
"a mule is a cross between a horse and a donkey"

{n: hybridization, hybridisation, crossbreeding, crossing, cross, interbreeding, hybridizing} (genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties of animals or plants and thus to produce hybrids

{n: japonica, Camellia japonica} greenhouse shrub with glossy green leaves and showy fragrant roselike flowers; cultivated in many varieties

{n: jargoon, jargon} a colorless (or pale yellow or smoky) variety of zircon

{n: jassid} a variety of leafhopper

{n: jordan almond} variety of large almond from Malaga, Spain; used in confectionery

{n: kidney bean, frijol, frijole} the common bean plant grown for the beans rather than the pods (especially a variety with large red kidney-shaped beans)

{n: kind, sort, form, variety} a category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality
"sculpture is a form of art"
"what kinds of desserts are there?"

{n: late purple aster} a variety of aster

{n: lesser kudu, Tragelaphus imberbis} a smaller variety of kudu

{n: lesser yellowlegs, Tringa flavipes} a variety of yellowlegs

{n: loganberry} large red variety of the dewberry

{n: machine-readable text} electronic text that is stored as strings of characters and that can be displayed in a variety of formats

{n: marrowfat pea} a variety of large pea that is commonly processed and sold in cans

{n: merchandise, ware, product} commodities offered for sale
"good business depends on having good merchandise"
"that store offers a variety of products"

{n: mineral extraction, mineral processing, mineral dressing, ore processing, ore dressing, beneficiation} crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques

{n: minocycline, Minocin} tetracycline antibiotic (trade name Minocin) used to treat a variety of bacterial and rickettsial infections

{n: minstrel show} a variety show in which the performers are made up in blackface

{n: mirid bug, mirid, capsid} a variety of leaf bug

{n: modern ballet} a style of ballet that admits a wider variety of movements

{n: monotony, humdrum, sameness} the quality of wearisome constancy, routine, and lack of variety
"he had never grown accustomed to the monotony of his work"
"he was sick of the humdrum of his fellow prisoners"
"he hated the sameness of the food the college served"

{n: mountain everlasting} a variety of cat's foot

{n: muscadine, Vitis rotundifolia} native grape of southeastern United States; origin of many cultivated varieties

{n: mylodontid} a variety of extinct edentate

{n: narrow-leaved water plantain} a variety of water plantain

{n: narrow-leaved white-topped aster} a variety of white-topped aster

{n: nectarine, nectarine tree, Prunus persica nectarina} variety or mutation of the peach bearing fruit with smooth skin and (usually) yellow flesh

{n: nectarine} a variety or mutation of the peach that has a smooth skin

{n: net melon, netted melon, nutmeg melon} the fruit of a variety of muskmelon vine; a melon with netlike markings and deep green flesh

{n: nurse log} a large decomposing tree trunk that has fallen, usually in a forest; the decaying wood provides moisture and nutrients for a variety of insects and plants

{n: nystagmus} involuntary movements of the eyeballs; its presence or absence is used to diagnose a variety of neurological and visual disorders

{n: opal} a translucent mineral consisting of hydrated silica of variable color; some varieties are used as gemstones

{n: orange mushroom pimple} a variety of mushroom pimple

{n: oriental cherry, Japanese cherry, Japanese flowering cherry, Prunus serrulata} ornamental tree with inedible fruits widely cultivated in many varieties for its white blossoms

{n: oyster fish, oyster-fish, oysterfish} a variety of toadfish

{n: panicled aster} a variety of aster

{n: parasitic jaeger, arctic skua, Stercorarius parasiticus} a variety of jaeger

{n: paratyphoid, paratyphoid fever} any of a variety of infectious intestinal diseases resembling typhoid fever

{n: pear, pear tree, Pyrus communis} Old World tree having sweet gritty-textured juicy fruit; widely cultivated in many varieties

{n: pear} sweet juicy gritty-textured fruit available in many varieties

{n: pepper} sweet and hot varieties of fruits of plants of the genus Capsicum

{n: perennial salt marsh aster} a variety of aster

{n: peridot} a pale green variety of chrysolite; used as a gemstone

{n: petite marmite, minestrone, vegetable soup} soup made with a variety of vegetables

{n: pincurl clip} a variety of clip for holding pin curls

{n: pine leaf aphid, Pineus pinifoliae} a variety of adelgid

{n: plantain-leaved pussytoes} a variety of pussytoes

{n: plasma} a green slightly translucent variety of chalcedony used as a gemstone

{n: plum} any of numerous varieties of small to medium-sized round or oval fruit having a smooth skin and a single pit

{n: polyurethane, ployurethan} any of various polymers containing the urethane radical; a wide variety of synthetic forms are made and used as adhesives or plastics or paints or rubber

{n: psychotic depression} a state of depression so severe that the person loses contact with reality and suffers a variety of functional impairments
<-> neurotic depression

{n: purple-stemmed aster} a variety of aster

{n: radicchio} prized variety of chicory having globose heads of red leaves

{n: range} a variety of different things or activities
"he answered a range of questions"
"he was impressed by the range and diversity of the collection"

{n: revue, review} a variety show with topical sketches and songs and dancing and comedians

{n: rhodolite} a red or pink variety of garnet used as a gemstone

{n: ribbon-leaved water plantain} a variety of water plantain

{n: rijsttaffel, rijstaffel, rijstafel} dish originating in Indonesia; a wide variety of foods and sauces are served with rice

{n: rockrose, rock rose} any of numerous varieties of helianthemums having small roselike yellow or white or reddish flowers

{n: rose moss, sun plant, Portulaca grandiflora} widely cultivated in many varieties for its fleshy mosslike foliage and profusion of brightly colored flowers

{n: rose quartz} a translucent rose-red variety of quartz used for ornaments

{n: rough-leaved aster} a variety of aster

{n: rough-stemmed goldenrod} a variety of goldenrod

{n: rubber, natural rubber, India rubber, gum elastic, caoutchouc} an elastic material obtained from the latex sap of trees (especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus) that can be vulcanized and finished into a variety of products

{n: rubicelle} a yellow or orange variety of ruby spinel

{n: ruby} a transparent deep red variety of corundum; used as a gemstone and in lasers

{n: running pine, Lycopodium clavitum} a variety of club moss

{n: rush aster} a variety of aster

{n: rust mite} any of several varieties of mite that burrow into plants and cause a reddish-brown discoloration on the leaves or fruit

{n: saber saw, jigsaw, reciprocating saw} a portable power saw with a reciprocating blade; can be used with a variety of blades depending on the application and kind of cut; generally have a plate that rides on the surface that is being cut

{n: sangapenum, gum sangapenum} a variety of gum

{n: sard, sardine, sardius} a deep orange-red variety of chalcedony

{n: satsuma, satsuma tree} a variety of mandarin orange

{n: scholasticism, academicism, academism} orthodoxy of a scholastic variety

{n: sea trout} silvery marine variety of brown trout that migrates to fresh water to spawn

{n: seaside centaury} a variety of centaury found at the seaside

{n: shining clubmoss, Lycopodium lucidulum} a variety of club moss

{n: showy goldenrod} a variety of goldenrod

{n: sickleweed golden aster} a variety of golden aster

{n: silverfish} a silvery variety of Carassius auratus

{n: slender centaury} a slender variety of centaury

{n: slender knapweed} a variety of knapweed

{n: slot} a position in a grammatical linguistic construction in which a variety of alternative units are interchangeable
"he developed a version of slot grammar"

{n: small white aster} a variety of aster

{n: smallmouth, smallmouth bass, smallmouthed bass, smallmouth black bass, smallmouthed black bass, Micropterus dolomieu} a variety of black bass; the angle of the jaw falls below the eye

{n: smooth aster} a variety of aster

{n: snow pea, sugar pea} variety of pea plant producing peas having thin flat edible pods

{n: soapstone, soaprock, soap-rock, steatite} a soft heavy compact variety of talc having a soapy feel; used to make hearths and tabletops and ornaments

{n: soft shield fern, Polystichum setiferum} European shield fern cultivated in many varieties

{n: soldier grainy club} a variety of grainy club

{n: solitary pussytoes} a variety of pussytoes

{n: southern aster} a variety of aster

{n: spice} any of a variety of pungent aromatic vegetable substances used for flavoring food

{n: spirea, spiraea, Astilbe japonica} a Japanese shrub that resembles members of the genus Spiraea; widely cultivated in many varieties for its dense panicles of flowers in many colors; often forced by florists for Easter blooming

{n: spruce gall aphid, Adelges abietis} a variety of adelgid

{n: stalked puffball} a variety of Podaxaceae

{n: startle response, startle reaction} a complicated involuntary reaction to a sudden unexpected stimulus (especially a loud noise); involves flexion of most skeletal muscles and a variety of visceral reactions

{n: starved aster, calico aster} a variety of aster

{n: striped button quail, Turnix sylvatica} a variety of button quail having stripes

{n: sugar snap pea, snap pea} variety of pea plant producing peas having crisp rounded edible pods

{n: swamp fly honeysuckle} a variety of fly honeysuckle

{n: sweet melon, muskmelon, sweet melon vine, Cucumis melo} any of several varieties of vine whose fruit has a netted rind and edible flesh and a musky smell

{n: sweet potato, sweet potato vine, Ipomoea batatas} pantropical vine widely cultivated in several varieties for its large sweet tuberous root with orange flesh

{n: sweet vermouth, Italian vermouth} sweet dark amber variety

{n: sweet-potato whitefly} a variety of whitefly

{n: synthesizer, synthesiser} (music) an electronic instrument (usually played with a keyboard) that generates and modifies sounds electronically and can imitate a variety of other musical instruments

{n: taconite} a variety of chert containing magnetite and hematite; mined as a low-grade iron ore

{n: talc, talcum} a fine grained mineral having a soft soapy feel and consisting of hydrated magnesium silicate; used in a variety of products including talcum powder

{n: tall goldenrod} a variety of goldenrod

{n: tangerine, tangerine tree} a variety of mandarin orange

{n: tetrasaccharide} any of a variety of carbohydrates that yield four monosaccharide molecules on complete hydrolysis

{n: theory} a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world; an organized system of accepted knowledge that applies in a variety of circumstances to explain a specific set of phenomena
"theories can incorporate facts and laws and tested hypotheses"
"true in fact and theory"

{n: thick-billed murre, Uria lomvia} a variety of murre

{n: thrombocytopenic purpura, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, purpura hemorrhagica, Werlhof's disease} purpura associated with a reduction in circulating blood platelets which can result from a variety of factors

{n: tomato, love apple, tomato plant, Lycopersicon esculentum} native to South America; widely cultivated in many varieties

{n: tradescant's aster} a variety of aster

{n: transfer RNA, tRNA, acceptor RNA, soluble RNA} RNA molecules present in the cell (in at least 20 varieties, each variety capable of combining with a specific amino acid) that attach the correct amino acid to the protein chain that is being synthesized at the ribosome of the cell (according to directions coded in the mRNA)

{n: trisaccharide} any of a variety of carbohydrates that yield three monosaccharide molecules on complete hydrolysis

{n: true blackberry, Rubus fruticosus} the true blackberry of Europe as well as any of numerous varieties having sweet edible black or dark purple berries

{n: tunic} any of a variety of loose fitting cloaks extending to the hips or knees

{n: variety meat, organs} edible viscera of a butchered animal

{n: variety show, variety} a show consisting of a series of short unrelated performances

{n: variety, change} a difference that is usually pleasant
"he goes to France for variety"
"it is a refreshing change to meet a woman mechanic"

{n: variety} (biology) a taxonomic category consisting of members of a species that differ from others of the same species in minor but heritable characteristics
"varieties are frequently recognized in botany"

{n: vaudeville, music hall} a variety show with songs and comic acts etc.

{n: versatility} having a wide variety of skills

{n: vespertilian bat, vespertilionid} a variety of carnivorous bat

{n: vinifera grape} grape from a cultivated variety of the common grape vine of Europe

{n: vinifera, vinifera grape, common grape vine, Vitis vinifera} common European grape cultivated in many varieties; chief source of Old World wine and table grapes

{n: water caltrop, Jesuits' nut, Trapa natans} a variety of water chestnut

{n: wavy-leaved aster} a variety of aster

{n: webworm moth} a variety of moth that spins a web in which it lives

{n: weeping beech, Fagus pendula, Fagus sylvatica pendula} variety of European beech with pendulous limbs

{n: western toad, Bufo boreas} of a great variety of habitats from southern Alaska to Baja California west of the Rockies

{n: willow aster} a variety of aster

{n: winter melon, Persian melon, honeydew melon, winter melon vine, Cucumis melo inodorus} any of a variety of muskmelon vines having fruit with a smooth white rind and white or greenish flesh that does not have a musky smell

{n: winter urn} a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae

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