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heterogeneous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheterogeneoushet‧e‧ro‧ge‧ne‧ous /ˌhetərəʊˈdʒiːniəs $ -roʊ-/ (also heterogenous /ˌhetəˈrɒdʒənəs◂ $ -ˈrɑː-/) adjective formal 🔊 🔊 DIFFERENTconsisting of parts or members that are very different from each other opp homogeneous 🔊 a heterogeneous collection of buildingsheterogeneously adverbheterogeneity /ˌhetərəʊdʒəˈniːəti $ -roʊ-/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
heterogeneousWe have already made the point that most political cultures are heterogeneous.Both antibodies are a largely heterogeneous family.In the first stage, we primarily dealt with homogeneous networks, then moved to inter-networks that are heterogeneous in nature.Young next to old, doing-well next to down-and-out: a heterogeneous mass present for its own mutually exclusive reasons.The U.S. has a very heterogeneous population.Services is simply too heterogeneous to be an interesting category.
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