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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
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