Translation of changeable in Spanish:

changeable

cambiante, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃeɪn(d)ʒəb(ə)l//ˈtʃeɪndʒəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    cambiante
    variable
    • But changeable wind conditions and a single erratic rain shower soon took its toll, with Carroll demoted down to sixth during a routine pitstop for new tyres.
    • He said: ‘My mood is very changeable and this has put a huge strain on my relationship with my fiancée.’
    • The weather can be changeable, varying between sunshine and snow.
    • The uncertain economic climate has made the demand for products as changeable as the weather.
    • It is the second time the race will be there at this time of year rather than in September and high temperatures and changeable weather conditions are expected.
    • During changeable weather, the temperature can veer from sub-Mediterranean to Siberian.
    • Because businesses operate in a highly changeable environment, they need to respond to changes in a positive fashion thus making them flexible and focused on their game plans.
    • Then for the past eight or nine months especially, I was busy with the drawing, working both up in the Comeraghs themselves but because the weather was quite changeable, also from a studio.
    • The sea is unpredictable and difficult and changeable, all the things that filming hopefully isn't.
    • They are full of whims and fancies, changeable and unpredictable.
    • The weather is very hot now but it is very changeable and there's been a fair amount of rain lately.
    • The weather is changeable and irregular with a risk of hurricanes, earthquakes, thunder and lightning.
    • However, some very changeable conditions dogged the first race of the Scottish Flying Fifteen Championships' 25-strong fleet at Loch Earn yesterday.
    • Public opinion this far before the final November vote is notoriously changeable.
    • Not only that, but what we want, and who we are, is as fluid and changeable as a chameleon.
    • The weather of course played a major role in the outcome in 2003, hopefully as the Grand Prix has moved to June there will not be such changeable and unpredictable conditions during the race.
    • With capital punishment in the news lately, American opinion on the death penalty seems particularly changeable in response to media coverage.
    • And obviously, we are finding his word is a very changeable thing.
    • Even the changeable, uncertain winds have a pattern and a parameter.
    • Her clinical diagnosis was just as changeable.