Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Variant"

The meaning of "Variant" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa For the regular variant, see ○○○?
A: "Variant" is a similar word to "version." So, it's similar to saying "For the normal version, please look at..." - or - "To see the normal version, please look at..."

Depends what it's a "variant" of, though
Q: O que significa variant?
A: Different kind of the same thing. Usually used when talking about something you can buy.

Example: Do you want the red variant or the blue variant?

Example sentences using "Variant"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com variant.
A:
Thank you!

"Windows10 is a variant of Windows"

Does it work? 😅
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com variants .
A: There are many variants of flowers.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com словом otherwise. As many variants as possible.
A: Tom sat alone in the otherwise empty room. 

You'd better hurry, otherwise you won't get there before dark

The food wasn't very delicious, but otherwise the party was a success.

Let's go now. Otherwise, we'll be late. 

Synonyms of "Variant" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre "variant" e "variation" ?
A: There is a lot of variety in car designs. There are many different types.
There are various car designs in existence.
The saloon car is one variant. It is one specific type of car design.
The weather affects a car's performance, so over time you'd expect to find a lot of variation in performance (because of the different weather on different days).

(Note: In some cases, "variation" can be used to mean the same thing as "variant", especially if it is a changed version of something else.)

These words all come from the word "to vary", which basically means "to be different from each other".

I hope this helps! 😊👍
Q: Qual é a diferença entre variant e option e alternative ?
A: 'We have two alternatives' is more common
Q: Qual é a diferença entre variant e various ?
A: A variant of something is a different form of it. It is a noun.

Various is an adjective (which is used to describe nouns) and it means many different kinds.

I got a variant of this shoe because it fit my foot better.

There are various styles of that shoe.

Translations of "Variant"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? What variant is right: applying for or applying to. I’ve seen both so I don’t know what I should use.
A: They are both used in different situations:
"Applying for a loan"
applying for is used for a larger thing you will get
"Applying to a university"
applying to is used for a company, business or establishment you want to work at/attend
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? which variant is correct: 1. on Thursday night. 2. at Thursday night ?
A: 1. Sounds natural but instead of “at Thursday night “ say “on Thursday night”
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? which variant is correct: 1. she was one of the students who has problems 2. she was one of the students who have problems ?
A: The first one is more accurate however is not fully correct either. At the beginning you use "was" which is in the past tense, so you should replace "has" which is in the present tense to "had" in the past tense or change "was" to "is". other than that it's all good
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? I can use "busier". But which of variants can't be used "much busier" or "more busier"?
And what about "much more busier"?
A: -er already means "more". You can't use "more" and "-er" together.

✔️ busier
✔️ much busier
❌ more busier
❌ much more busier
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? which variant is correct: on square or in square? e.g. The Kremlin is on/in Red Square?
A: The Kremlin = walled complex of domed cathedrals and palaces

Red Square = open plaza next to (outside of) the Kremlin

Other questions about "Variant"

Q: How do you call this? If there are some variants, please write them down for me)
A: There are three main ways that come to mind:

- foil
- tin foil
- aluminium foil
Q: How do you call this? If there are some variants, please write them down for me)
A: tape, scotch tape, sellotape
Q: Which variant is correct? with short I sound or with schwa? (British pronunciation only) soa natural?
Q: What variant is correct : "They are having a party this Saturday" , "They have a party this Saturday" or "They will have a party this Saturday"?
A: they're all grammatically correct, but when speaking, I would to say the first one
Q: What variant is correct: "Are you coming to shopping with me today?" , "Are you coming shopping with me today?" , "Will you come to shopping with me today?" "Will you come shopping with me today?" or something else?
A: Both "Are you coming shopping with me today?" and "Will you come shopping with me today?" are correct.

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