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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdiversedi‧verse /daɪˈvɜːs $ dəˈvɜːrs, daɪ-/ ●●○ AWL adjective  DIFFERENTvery different from each other subjects as diverse as pop music and archaeologydiversely adverb
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diverseI never realized that the terrain in Africa is so diverse.The commercial sector is the most diverse and fragmented of the three sectors involved in the provision of sporting opportunities.The music college aims to encourage talents as diverse as members of symphony orchestras and pop groups.The lodges are as diverse as the park: .The category of "mammals" contains creatures as diverse as whales, elephants, and human beings.Like-minded people have noticed this, with the results that they've always drawn diverse audiences.New York is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world.The project studied a diverse group of 20,000 teenagers from nine high schools.And basic literacy levels are higher for a more diverse group of young people.Indian cinema shows several diverse influences.We believe the committee should reflect the diverse make-up of our community.It is difficult to design a program that will meet the diverse needs of all our users.The region's economy is more diverse now than it was 10 years ago.diverse political viewsThe fort became a trading post that attracted a religiously diverse population.People enter the organisation from a diverse range of social, economic, and educational backgrounds.Baboons are highly intelligent animals and learn to satisfy their biological needs in many often diverse ways.
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