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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.
Translations of “diverse”
in Korean 다양한…
in Arabic مُتنَوّع…
in French divers…
in Italian vario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 各種的, 不同的…
in Russian разнообразный…
in Turkish çeşitli, türlü, farklı türleri barındıran…
in Polish różnorodny…
in Portuguese diverso, diversificado…
in German verschieden…
in Catalan divers…
in Japanese 多様な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 各种的, 不同的…
(Definition of diverse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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