Definition of versatile in English:

versatile

Line breaks: ver¦sa|tile
Pronunciation: /ˈvəːsətʌɪl
 
/

adjective

  • 2 archaic Changeable; inconstant.

Derivatives

versatilely

adverb
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  • Ferguson has demanded this versatilely from his players before.
  • Agiecut Progress 2 is the most versatilely employable machine tool for our application requirement.
  • It also provides three-tier analysis structure to versatilely anatomize flow, packets and payload.

versatility

Pronunciation: /-ˈtɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • It is this versatility of the master that those who have gathered at the Changampuzha Park expect to learn.
  • It is a measure of the versatility and unique ability of the Dublin panel that the same players played in both games.
  • Hicks also played the gravedigger and one of the travelling actors in the play within a play, with skilful versatility.

Origin

early 17th century (in the sense 'inconstant, fluctuating'): from French, or from Latin versatilis, from versat- 'turned about, revolved', from the verb versare, frequentative of vertere 'to turn'.

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