Definition Of variable

noun

able to be changed or adapted.

the drill has variable speed

an element, feature, or factor that is liable to vary or change.

there are too many variables involved to make any meaningful predictions

not consistent or having a fixed pattern; liable to change.

the quality of hospital food is highly variable

Example Of variable

  • variable winds

  • A drill with variable speeds is crucial; if you don't own one, buy one - it's a must-have tool.

  • A given variable can contain any data type of any length and can then have data of any type and length reassigned to it without producing an error.

  • All centrifuges have the capability to tilt at various angles and spin at infinitely variable speeds.

  • Although its resemblance to T. sowerbyi is not particularly close, it falls within the morphologic range of this very variable species.


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