Intervariation



[vair-ee-ey-shuh n] /ˌvɛər iˈeɪ ʃən/

noun
1.
the act, process, or accident of varying in condition, character, or degree:
Prices are subject to variation.
2.
an instance of this:
There is a variation in the quality of fabrics in this shipment.
3.
amount, rate, extent, or degree of change:
a temperature variation of 40° in a particular climate.
4.
a different form of something; variant.
5.
Music.

6.
Ballet. a solo dance, especially one forming a section of a pas de deux.
7.
Astronomy. any deviation from the mean orbit of a heavenly body, especially of a planetary or satellite orbit.
8.
Also called magnetic declination, magnetic variation. Navigation. the angle between the geographic and the magnetic meridian at a given point, expressed in plus degrees east or minus degrees west of true north.
Compare (def 4).
9.
Biology. a difference or deviation in structure or character from others of the same species or group.
/ˌvɛərɪˈeɪʃən/
noun
1.
the act, process, condition, or result of changing or varying; diversity
2.
an instance of varying or the amount, rate, or degree of such change
3.
something that differs from a standard or convention
4.
(music)

5.
(biology)

6.
(astronomy) any change in or deviation from the mean motion or orbit of a planet, satellite, etc, esp a perturbation of the moon
7.
another word for magnetic declination
8.
(ballet) a solo dance
9.
(linguistics) any form of morphophonemic change, such as one involved in inflection, conjugation, or vowel mutation
n.

late 14c., from Old French variation, from Latin variationem (nominative variatio) “a difference, variation, change,” from past participle stem of variare “to change” (see vary). The musical sense is attested from 1801.

variation var·i·a·tion (vâr’ē-ā’shən, vār’-)
n.

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