variety

suomi-englanti sanakirja

variety englannista suomeksi

  1. valikoima

  2. lajike

  3. monipuolisuus, monimuotoisuus

  4. vaihtelevuus

  5. varietee

  1. Substantiivi

  2. laji, muunnos, tyyppi

  3. varisto

  4. muunnos

  5. tilamäärä

  6. tilamäärän logaritmi">tilamäärän logaritmi

  7. kielimuoto, muoto

  8. monimuotoisuus, moninaisuus

variety englanniksi

  1. A deviation or difference.

  2. (RQ:Goldsmith History of the Earth)

  3. A specific variation of something.

  4. (RQ:Cowper Task)

  5. (RQ:Carlyle Schiller)

  6. (RQ:Macaulay History of England)&93; was well fitted for his great place. (..) No man was better acquainted with general maxims of statecraft. No man observed the varieties of character with a more discriminating eye.

  7. An animal or plant (or a group of such animals or plants) with characteristics causing it to differ from other animals or plants of the same species; a cultivar.

  8. (RQ:Parkinson Paradisi) there are, but theſe onely, as the moſt ſpecious, are nourſed vp in Floriſts Gardens for pleaſure; the other are kept by ſuch as are Catholicke obſeruers of all natures ſtore.

  9. (RQ:Mortimer Husbandry)

  10. (RQ:Darwin Origin of Species)

  11. A rank in a taxonomic classification below species and (if present) subspecies, and above form; hence, an organism of that rank.

  12. (synonyms)

    (ux) is a variety of ''annuum'' commonly known as chiltepin or Indian pepper.

  13. A specific form of a language, neutral to whether that form is an accent, dialect, register, etc., and to its prestige level; an isolect or lect.

  14. (quote-journal) for the International Association for World Englishes|month=March|year=2014|volume=33|issue=1|page=114|doi=10.1111/weng.12072|issn=0883-2919|oclc=12101053|passage=The mere existence of a dictionary of a certain variety of English does not automatically confer acceptance of that variety.

  15. A stamp, or set of stamps, which has one or more characteristics (such as colour, paper, etc.) differing from other stamps in the same issue, especially if such differences are intentionally introduced.

  16. A collection or number of different things.

  17. (quote-book)|volume=II|location=London|publisher=(...) J. Bettenham, and sold by G. Hawkins,(nb...)|month=February 4 (Gregorian calendar)|year=1563|year_published=1741|page=312|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=zAhDAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA312|oclc=819687862|passage=But nether in this maner, nor any other particular procedyng, can we ſufficiently direct yo but, notyng unto yow the generalitees of our deſyre, referr yow to apply your doings to the varieté and occurrency of thyngs there.

  18. (RQ:Herbert Travaile)

  19. (RQ:Churchill Celebrity)

  20. (quote-journal)|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20130122222530/http://www.americanscientist.org/bookshelf/pub/ecological-dependency|archivedate=22 January 2013|location=New Haven, Conn.|publisher=Xi|Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society|month=January|year=2013|volume=101|issue=1|page=64|issn=0003-0996|oclc=891112584|passage=In his first book since the 2008 essay collection ''Natural Acts: A Sidelong View of Science and Nature'', (w) looks at the natural world from yet another angle: the search for the next human pandemic, what epidemiologists call “the next big one.” His quest leads him around the world to study a variety of suspect zoonoses—animal-hosted pathogens that infect humans.

  21. In algebra: an class; the class of all algebraic structures of a given signature, satisfying a given set of identities.

  22. (ellipsis of)

  23. The total number of distinct states of a system; also, the logarithm to the base 2 of the total number of distinct states of a system. (defdate)

  24. (ellipsis of) ''or'' (ellipsis of)

  25. The quality of being varied; diversity.

  26. (antonyms)

    (ux)

  27. (RQ:Erasmus Newe Testamente) The diuers placyng and vſe is not to the member reprochful, but this varietie rather apertayneth to the welth of the whole body.

  28. (RQ:Shakespeare Antony and Cleopatra)

  29. (RQ:Butler Genuine Remains)

  30. (RQ:Disraeli Vivian Grey)

  31. (quote-book)

  32. The kind of entertainment given in variety performances or shows; also, the production of, or performance in, variety performances or shows.