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versatility

[ vur-suh-til-i-tee ]
/ ˌvɜr səˈtɪl ɪ ti /
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noun
the state or quality of being useful for or easily adapted to various tasks, styles, fields of endeavor, etc.: The versatility of the space makes it perfect for a business lunch, an informal dinner, a cocktail with friends in the evening, or a revitalizing cup of tea.Much sought-after on the international music circuit, the conductor’s versatility and broad repertoire have taken her to symphony and chamber orchestras, contemporary music ensembles, and opera houses across the world.
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Rarely ver·sa·tile·ness [vur-suh-tl-nis] /ˈvɜr sə tl nɪs/ .

OTHER WORDS FROM versatility

non·ver·sa·til·i·ty, nounun·ver·sa·til·i·ty, noun
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