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Translation of "diverse" - English-Spanish dictionary

diverse

adjective   /daɪˈvɜːs/
different or having many different types of things diverso Students from countries as diverse as Colombia and Lithuania use Cambridge textbooks.
(Definition of diverse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

diverse

adjective /daiˈvəːs/
different; of various kinds diverso, variado people of diverse backgrounds.
diversely adverb
diversamente EU member states reacted diversely to the war.
diverseness noun
diversidad This event celebrates the diverseness of our community.
diversify /-fai/ verb ( past participle diversified)
to make or become varied or different diversificar They want to diversify the business into new areas.
diversification /daiˌvəːsifiˈkeiʃən/ noun
the process of making something varied or different or of becoming varied or different Diversificación diversification into new product lines.
diversity noun
variety diversidad A wide diversity of wildlife can be found in the national park.
(Definition of diverse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “diverse”
in Korean 다양한…
in Arabic مُتنَوّع…
in Malaysian pelbagai…
in French divers…
in Russian разнообразный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 各種的, 不同的…
in Italian vario…
in Turkish çeşitli, türlü, farklı türleri barındıran…
in Polish różnorodny…
in Vietnamese đa dạng…
in Portuguese diverso, diversificado…
in Thai หลากหลาย…
in German verschieden…
in Catalan divers…
in Japanese 多様な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 各种的, 不同的…
in Indonesian berbeda…
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