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variety in English:

1. diversity

Existing legislation does not take diversity of races into account.
Cultural, religious and linguistic diversity
The curriculum will take account of the ethnic diversity of the population.
Many Eastern religions teach that there is a unity behind the diversity of phenomena.
Stop maize monoculture, and reestablish multiple cropping, to combat the loss of landscape and soil diversity.
Recently, the increasing diversity of computer use has extended far beyond the realms of the office.
There's a diversity of possibilities waiting to be explored.
enhance the population diversity
She teaches the students to have respect for different races and appreciate the diversity of other cultures.
diversity handover
Large-scale farming undervalues diversity.
There still exists quite a diversity of accents in the British Isles, although some regional accents are dying out.
Ethnic diversity is typical of the USA society.
'Virtual Academy' offers educational diversity in Bernardsville.

English word "variety"(diversity) occurs in sets:

Modern art and popular culture
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2. vary

they vary
Therefore, the sizes will vary.
Wages vary in relation to the age of the worker.
You think that people are okay, but I allow one to think that people and all societies are bad. No one wants other people to tolerate their mischief. People give grief to people because their viewpoints vary.
ASCII quotes are a substitute character for the “real” quotes that vary from language to language, and the advent of Unicode have rendered ASCII quotes obsolete.
The temperature in different places can vary greatly at the same time of year.
It is generally assumed that fundamental constants such as c have the same value throughout spacetime, meaning that they do not depend on location and do not vary with time.
A word is not a crystal, transparent and unchanging, it is the skin of a living thought and may vary greatly in colour and content according to the circumstances and time in which it is used.
Our services vary.
the menu varies every day / opinions vary / with vary success
Are you the type of person whose moods vary from day to day, or are you moods fairly steady and constant?
I need to vary my diet more
Then vary the rules and play a different game
Car prices vary greatly across Europe. / Temperatures vary depending on the time of year. / I try to vary what I eat.
Salary scales vary between states/from state to state/according to state/with each state.

English word "variety"(vary) occurs in sets:

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