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vary between (someone or something) and (someone or something else)
1. To alternate between two different options, choices, or possibilities. I keep varying between graphite and ink for my drawings. The coach varied between Sarah and Mary to be the starter in Saturday's game.
2. To alternate or fluctuate between two different states or conditions. As she's grieved her mother's death, Elsie's emotions have begun to vary between despair and anger.
3. To change or differ between two people, things, or groups. Specific laws will vary between one country and another, so you'll want to look into it before your trip across Europe this summer.
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