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variō āvī, ātus, āre

varius, to diversify, variegate, change: maculis ortum (sol), V.: variabant tempora cani, O.: ubi caeruleum variabunt sidera caelum, O.: formas variatus in omnīs, metamorphosed, O.—Fig., to cause to change, diversify, vary, make various, interchange, alternate: ille variabit (vocem): voluptatem: rem prodigialiter unam, H.: sententias, L.: vices, V.: bellum variante fortunā eventum ferre, with varying success, L.: variatis hominum sententiis, i. e. amid the conflicting voices: quae de Marcelli morte variant auctores, report variously, L.: senatus consuli coeptus; ibi cum sententiis variaretur, there was a difference of opinion, L.To be diversified, be variegated, change, alter, waver, vary, be various, differ: abeunt redeuntque mei variantque timores, O.: ita fama variat, ut, etc., L.: si (lex) nec causis nec personis variet, L.Impers: ibi si variaret, if there were a difference of opinion, L.

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