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diverge

verb   /ˌdaɪˈvɜːdʒ/
to follow a different direction, or to be or become different divergir They walked along the road together until they reached the village, but then their paths diverged. Although the two organizations have worked together for many years, their objectives have diverged recently. →  Opposite converge 2180
divergent adjective   /-ˈvɜː.dʒənt/
divergente They hold widely divergent opinions on controversial issues like abortion.1882
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diverge

verb /daiˈvəːdʒ/
to separate and go in different directions divergir, bifurcarse The roads diverge three kilometres/kilometers further on.
to differ (from someone or something else); to go away (from a standard) divergir This is where our opinions diverge.
divergence noun
divergencia a divergence of opinion.
divergent adjective
divergente The two brothers had taken divergent career routes.
diverging lens noun ( plural diverging lenses)
(physics) a lens that causes a parallel beam of light passing through it to diverge. Lentes Divergentes
(Definition of diverge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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