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Adjective
/ˈvərsətl/,
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Able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities,
  1. Able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities
    • - a versatile sewing machine
    • - he was versatile enough to play either position
  2. Changeable; inconstant


  1. having great diversity or variety; "his various achievements are impressive"; "his vast and versatile erudition"
  2. changeable or inconstant; "versatile moods"
  3. competent in many areas and able to turn with ease from one thing to another; "a versatile writer"
  4. able to move freely in all directions; "an owl's versatile toe can move backward and forward"; "an insect's versatile antennae can move up and down or laterally"; "a versatile anther of a flower moves freely in the wind"
  5. (versatility) having a wide variety of skills
  6. Versatile is a Canadian brand of agricultural equipment that has produced augers, swathers and combine harvester. ...
  7. Versatile also known as switching refers to a person who enjoys both topping and bottoming, or being dominant and submissive, and may alternate between the two in sexual situations. ...
  8. (The Versatiles) The Versatiles were a Jamaican reggae group, formed in 1967 by Junior Byles, Louie Davis and Dudley Earl. 1970 Byles left the group for a successful solo career.
  9. Versatility is the eleventh album (including Christmas with The Jets) by The Jets. This album features nine siblings of the Wolfgramm family, with LeRoy being the only remaining original member of The Jets. This is currently also the longest album by The Jets, Clocking in at 73 and a half minutes.
  10. Capable of doing many things competently; Having varied uses or many functions; Changeable or inconstant; Capable of moving freely in all directions
  11. (Versatility) an owners ability to shovel manure, fix fences and chase down a loose horse in one afternoon.
  12. (Versatility) A program wherein the dog earns titles based on other titles it has received in a variety of dog sports as well as other non-titling activities it may take part in (such as therapy dog work). ...
  13. (Versatility) Describes a prospect who can block and make tackles on punt coverage.
  14. (Versatility) ideally, the disinfectant should be ready to use for spraying, foaming (requiring a foam lance) and fogging (it should include the right carriers for hot or cold fogging).
  15. (versatility) The ability of units to meet diverse mission requirements and for commanders to shift focus, tailor forces, and move from one form or type of operation to another rapidly and efficiently. ...
  16. Swinging freely about the point of attachment.
  17. Swinging freely on its support, as many anthers on their filaments.
  18. describes an anther that is attached near the middle and turning freely on its support
  19. Skilled in many subjects or occupations, having many uses.
  20. able to do many things and switch easily from one to the other.
  21. A word rarely used when describing trendy (which see) cocktail ingredients because even brand marketing reps feel token shame.
  22. (adjective)  capable of many tasks or uses, adaptable
  23. a vague term that generally just means "feature rich", e.g. a car DVD player that also has a built-in GPS and connects with external storage devices.
  24. Capable of dealing with many subjects