The Change-Up, an R-rated variation of Freaky Friday, has only made $18 million during its first week of release.
By sticking to the variation you hold by, there is individualism.
Sheen plays a variation on himself: a womanizer named Charlie who derailed his career with a public flameout.
But by turning the dwarfs into a variation of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Mirror Mirror becomes even more disjointed.
I imagine some variation of that must happen to you, given the things you talk about on your show.
The narrowness of the two western bays accounts for the variation at that end.
No less remarkable than the persistency of the mores is their changeableness and variation.
In each of these a certain god or group of gods held sway, the variation being caused by racial and other considerations.
She set herself to the exciting task of repetition and variation.
A variation in the depth of color of these lines adds to the effectiveness of the design.
late 14c., from Old French variation, from Latin variationem (nominative variatio) "a difference, variation, change," from past participle stem of variare "to change" (see vary). The musical sense is attested from 1801.
variation var·i·a·tion (vâr'ē-ā'shən, vār'-)
The act, process, or result of varying.
The state or fact of being varied.
The extent or degree to which something varies.
Something slightly different from another of the same type.
Marked difference or deviation from the normal or recognized form, function, or structure.
An organism exhibiting such difference or deviation.
A function that relates the values of one variable to those of other variables.