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Translation of "divert" - English-Spanish dictionary

divert

verb   /daɪˈvɜːt/
to cause something or someone to change direction desviar Traffic will be diverted through the side streets while the main road is resurfaced. Our flight had to be diverted to Newark because of the storm.1628
to use something for a different purpose desviar Should more funds/money/resources be diverted from roads into railways?1338
formal to entertain someone divertir It’s a great game for diverting restless kids on long car rides .1452
(Definition of divert from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

divert

verb /daiˈvəːt/
to cause to turn aside or change direction desviar Traffic had to be diverted because of the accident.
to amuse or entertain. divertir
(Definition of divert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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