Definition of variability in English:

variability

nounPlural variabilities

mass noun
  • Lack of consistency or fixed pattern; liability to vary or change.

    ‘a great deal of variability in quality’
    ‘seasonal variability in water levels’
    count noun ‘our results showed substantial variabilities in laboratory practices’
    • ‘Try to maintain a similar sampling time in each field to eliminate variability.’
    • ‘They've seen variability in corn yields of up to 50 bushels per acre across a single irrigated field.’
    • ‘The variability in milk supply is an ongoing obstacle for their operation.’
    • ‘Structural variabilities have been observed.’
    • ‘There was low correlation between divergence estimated through signal ratios and actual sequence divergence, probably due to several variabilities in the technique.’

Pronunciation

variability

/vɛːrɪəˈbɪlɪti/