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di·verse

 (dĭ-vûrs′, dī-, dī′vûrs′)
adj.
1. Differing one from another: Members of the same family can have very diverse personalities.
2.
a. Made up of distinct characteristics, qualities, or elements: "Prague ... offers visitors a series of excursions into a rich and diverse past" (Olivier Bernier).
b. Relating to or containing people from different ethnicities and social backgrounds: a diverse workforce; a diverse curriculum.

[Middle English divers, from Old French divers, from Latin dīversus, past participle of dīvertere, to divert; see divert.]

di·verse′ly adv.
di·verse′ness n.

diverse

(daɪˈvɜːs; ˈdaɪvɜːs)
adj
1. having variety; assorted
2. distinct in kind
[C13: from Latin dīversus; see divers]
diˈversely adv
diˈverseness n

di•verse

(dɪˈvɜrs, daɪ-, ˈdaɪ vɜrs)

adj.
1. of a different kind, form, character, etc.; unlike.
2. of various kinds or forms; multiform.
[1275–1325; Middle English < Latin dīversus, orig. past participle of dīvertere to divert]
di•verse′ly, adv.
di•verse′ness, n.
syn: See various.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.diverse - many and different; "tourist offices of divers nationalities"; "a person of diverse talents"
different - unlike in nature or quality or form or degree; "took different approaches to the problem"; "came to a different conclusion"; "different parts of the country"; "on different sides of the issue"; "this meeting was different from the earlier one"
2.diverse - distinctly dissimilar or unlike; "celebrities as diverse as Bob Hope and Bob Dylan"; "animals as various as the jaguar and the cavy and the sloth"
different - unlike in nature or quality or form or degree; "took different approaches to the problem"; "came to a different conclusion"; "different parts of the country"; "on different sides of the issue"; "this meeting was different from the earlier one"

diverse

diverse

adjective
1. Not like another in nature, quality, amount, or form:
Translations
مُتَعَدِّد
odlišnýrozmanitýrůzný
uensartet
erilainen
margvíslegur
įvairėtiįvairiaiįvairintiįvairumasskirtingumas
atšķirīgsdažāds

diverse

[daɪˈvɜːs] ADJ (= varied) → diverso, variado

diverse

[daɪˈvɜːrs ˈdaɪvɜːrs] adj (= varied) [range, group] → divers(e)

diverse

adj
(with singular noun) groupgemischt, bunt zusammengewürfelt; society, populationgemischt; range, selectionbreit, vielfältig
(with plural noun) people, areas, elements, backgroundsverschieden, unterschiedlich; interestsvielfältig; celebrities as diverse as …so verschiedene or unterschiedliche Berühmtheiten wie …

diverse

[daɪˈvɜːs] adjsvariato/a, vario/a

diverse

(daiˈvəːs) adjective
different; of various kinds.
diˈversely adverb
diˈverseness noun
diˈversify (-fai) verb
to make or become varied or different.
diˈversity noun
variety.
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He had even invented some, to which he had given fantastic names, and for whose manufacture he required diverse ingredients that it devolved upon Edna to procure for him.
Don Quixote was about to reply to Sancho Panza, but he was prevented by a cart crossing the road full of the most diverse and strange personages and figures that could be imagined.
The interests of that kingdom and those of England, though taking now diverse directions, are very nearly the same.
But the clamour of the Trojan ranks was as that of many thousand ewes that stand waiting to be milked in the yards of some rich flockmaster, and bleat incessantly in answer to the bleating of their lambs; for they had not one speech nor language, but their tongues were diverse, and they came from many different places.
Around the neck thus ensheathed, was a collar of cylindrical glass beads, diverse in color, and so arranged as to form images of deities, of the scarabaeus, etc, with the winged globe.
For indeed, every sect of them, hath a diverse posture, or cringe by themselves, which cannot but move derision in worldlings, and depraved politics, who are apt to contemn holy things.
But everything about them, from their glory to their good looks, was of a diverse and incomparable kind.
Good taste and bad taste were only catchwords, garments of diverse cut; and music itself dissolved to a whisper through pine-trees, where the song is not distinguishable from the comic song.
Yet I knew there must be another and a subtler one, to account not only for the magnitude of the crime, but for the pains which the actual perpetrators had taken to conceal the fact of their survival, and for the union of so diverse a trinity as Senhor Santos, Captain Harris, and the young squire.
If we had leisure to examine with the reader, one by one, the diverse traces of destruction imprinted upon the old church, time's share would be the least, the share of men the most, especially the men of art, since there have been individuals who assumed the title of architects during the last two centuries.
They could not think a man profound whose interests were so diverse.
Prince Andrew was most favorably placed to secure good reception in the highest and most diverse Petersburg circles of the day.