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Meanings of Varnishing:

verb

Apply varnish to.

Usage examples:

We stripped the floor and varnished it
noun

Resin dissolved in a liquid for applying on wood, metal, or other materials to form a hard, clear, shiny surface when dry.

Usage examples:

Several coats of varnish

Meanings of Varsities:

noun

University.

Usage examples:

He had his hair cut when he got back from varsity

Meanings of Varsity:

noun

University.

Usage examples:

He had his hair cut when he got back from varsity

Meanings of Varuna:

proper noun

One of the gods in the rig veda. originally the sovereign lord of the universe and guardian of cosmic law, he is known in later hinduism as god of the waters.

Varus

ˌdɪdʒ.ɪ.ti ˌkwɪn.ti ˈveə.rəs

Meanings of Varus:

noun

A deformity involving oblique displacement of part of a limb towards the midline.

Usage examples:

The lower extremities were equal in length, and no varus or valgus deformity of the knee was present.

Varve

vɑːv

Meanings of Varve:

noun

A pair of thin layers of clay and silt of contrasting colour and texture which represent the deposit of a single year (summer and winter) in a lake. such layers can be measured to determine the chronology of glacial sediments.

Usage examples:

Each summer/winter pair of layers - called varves - would thus represent a single year.

Varves

vɑːv

Meanings of Varves:

noun

A pair of thin layers of clay and silt of contrasting colour and texture which represent the deposit of a single year (summer and winter) in a lake. such layers can be measured to determine the chronology of glacial sediments.

Usage examples:

Each summer/winter pair of layers - called varves - would thus represent a single year.

Vary

ˈvɛːri

Meanings of Vary:

verb

Differ in size, amount, degree, or nature from something else of the same general class.

Usage examples:

The properties vary in price

Meanings of Varying:

adjective

Differing in size, amount, degree, or nature.

Usage examples:

Varying degrees of success
verb

Differ in size, amount, degree, or nature from something else of the same general class.

Usage examples:

The properties vary in price

Meanings of Varyingly:

adverb

In a way that changes or is different in amount or level, especially among similar things

Usage examples:

They found that different types of land respond varyingly to the greenhouse effect., she has writte…

Vas

ˌviː.eɪˈes

Meanings of Vas:

noun

A vessel or duct.

Usage examples:

The medulla, supplied by vasa recta, receives less blood than the kidney cortex.

Meanings of Vasa:

noun

A vessel or duct.

Plural of vas deferens specialized

Meanings of Vascula:

noun

A container used by botanists when collecting plants, typically in the form of a flattened cylindrical metal case with a lengthwise opening, carried by a shoulder strap.

Usage examples:

Many plants may be kept in the vasculum for several days if needed without sustaining injury.

Vascular

ˈvæs.kjə.lər

Meanings of Vascular:

adjective

Relating to, affecting, or consisting of a vessel or vessels, especially those which carry blood.

Usage examples:

Vascular disease

Meanings of Vascularize:

verb

Provide (a tissue or structure) with vessels, especially blood vessels; make vascular.

Usage examples:

The stem cells can start growing vessels to help vascularize the graft

Vascularized

ˈvæs.kjə.lə.raɪz

Meanings of Vascularized:

adjective

(of a tissue or structure) provided with vessels, especially blood vessels; made vascular.

Usage examples:

Vascularized pelvic fins
verb

Provide (a tissue or structure) with vessels, especially blood vessels; make vascular.

Usage examples:

The stem cells can start growing vessels to help vascularize the graft

Meanings of Vascularizing:

verb

Provide (a tissue or structure) with vessels, especially blood vessels; make vascular.

Usage examples:

The stem cells can start growing vessels to help vascularize the graft

Meanings of Vasculature:

noun

The vascular system of a part of the body and its arrangement.

Usage examples:

Diseases affecting the pulmonary vasculature

Vasculitis

ˌvaskjʊˈlʌɪtɪs

Meanings of Vasculitis:

noun

Inflammation of a blood vessel or blood vessels.

Usage examples:

There is no evidence of vasculitis

Vasculum

ˈvaskjʊləm

Meanings of Vasculum:

noun

A container used by botanists when collecting plants, typically in the form of a flattened cylindrical metal case with a lengthwise opening, carried by a shoulder strap.

Usage examples:

Many plants may be kept in the vasculum for several days if needed without sustaining injury.

Vase

vɑːz

Meanings of Vase:

noun

A decorative container without handles, typically made of glass or china and used as an ornament or for displaying cut flowers.

Usage examples:

These flowers in a glass vase can enhance the aesthetic appeal of one's living space.

Meanings of Vasectomies:

noun

The surgical cutting and sealing of part of each vas deferens, typically as a means of sterilization.

Usage examples:

He couldn't have made caroline pregnant, because he'd had a vasectomy

Vasectomise

vəˈsɛktəmʌɪz

Meanings of Vasectomise:

verb

Perform a vasectomy on.

Usage examples:

When a bull is too young he is difficult to vasectomize

Meanings of Vasectomised:

verb

Perform a vasectomy on.

Usage examples:

When a bull is too young he is difficult to vasectomize

Meanings of Vasectomising:

verb

Perform a vasectomy on.

Usage examples:

When a bull is too young he is difficult to vasectomize

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