Translation of variar in English:
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
- 1.1 [precio/temperatura] to vary el precio varía según la ruta the price varies according to the route las temperaturas varían entre 20°C y 25°C temperatures range o/or vary between 20°C and 25°C el pronóstico no ha variado the forecast hasn't changed o/or altered para variar [irónico] as usual llegó tarde, para variar she was late, as usual o/or [ironic] just for a changevariar
dealgo el viento ha variado de dirección the wind has changed o/or altered direction 1.2 (cambiar de opinión) to change one's mind dijiste que no venías, ahora no varíes you said you weren't coming, don't change your mind now no hace más que variar de opinión she's forever changing her mind
verbo transitivo/transitive verb
- 1 (hacer variado) 1.1 [menú] to vary 1.2 [producción] to vary, diversify queremos presentar al consumidor una oferta variada we want to offer the consumer a variety of products
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