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Noun
/diˈvərsitē/,/dī-/,
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diversities, plural;
  1. The state of being diverse; variety
    • - there was considerable diversity in the style of the reports
  2. A range of different things
    • - newspapers were obliged to allow a diversity of views to be printed

  1. diverseness: noticeable heterogeneity; "a diversity of possibilities"; "the range and variety of his work is amazing"
  2. the condition or result of being changeable
  3. (diverse) divers(a): many and different; "tourist offices of divers nationalities"; "a person of diverse talents"
  4. (diverse) distinctly dissimilar or unlike; "celebrities as diverse as Bob Hope and Bob Dylan"; "animals as various as the jaguar and the cavy and the sloth"
  5. The "business case for diversity", theorizes that in a global marketplace, a company that employs a diverse workforce (both men and women, people of many generations, people from ethnically and racially diverse backgrounds etc. ...
  6. Diversity, a street dance group that is best known for winning the third series of Britain's Got Talent, famously beating Susan Boyle in the live final. They also won the Families United Positive Role Models at the Spirit of London Awards. ...
  7. Multiculturalism is the acceptance or promotion of multiple ethnic cultures, applied to the demographic make-up of a specific place, usually at the organizational level, e.g. schools, businesses, neighborhoods, cities or nations. ...
  8. Biodiversity is the degree of variation of life forms within a given ecosystem, biome, or on an entire planet. Biodiversity is one measure of the health of biological systems. Life on Earth today consists of many millions of distinct biological species. ...
  9. In the law of the United States, diversity jurisdiction is a form of subject-matter jurisdiction in civil procedure in which a United States district court (the trial courts of general jurisdiction in the federal judiciary) has the power to hear a civil case where the persons that are parties ...
  10. In the political arena, the term diversity (or diverse) is used to describe political entities (neighborhoods, student bodies, etc) with members who have identifiable differences in their backgrounds or lifestyles.
  11. The quality of being diverse or different; difference or unlikeness; A variety; divers types or examples
  12. (Diverse) Features an international board of editors and contributors
  13. (Diverse) A Good Thing on Mill Road.  Mill Road is famed for being the most "diverse" road in Cambridge, and this diversity would be lost if the new Tesco was built. ...
  14. (Diverse) Populations made up of group members who differ on a variety of characteristics, such as race, culture, social-economic status and language.
  15. (Diverse) by Bitza187PLAYLIST85 videos
  16. (Diverse) made up of distinct characteristics, qualities, or elements. (The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition) return to top
  17. (diverse) Adjective.  Having many different types of plants and/or animals.
  18. (diverse) if a group of things is diverse, then the individual things in the group are different from each other.
  19. (Diversities) 1967. Vn, bassoon, piano. Ms. CBC EXPO-37/RCI-239/7-ACM 15 (Cassenti Players)
  20. A category of immigrants replacing the earlier categories for nationals of underrepresented countries and countries adversely "affected" by the Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of 1965 (P.L. 89-236). ...
  21. A broad term to describe the range of visible and invisible differences between people and institutions. It can mean the varieties of learners with different backgrounds, requiring varied methods of entry to courses and of instruction. ...
  22. This is the most obvious characteristic of the natural world. Even preschoolers know that there are many types of objects and organisms. In elementary school, youngsters need to begin understanding that diversity in nature is essential for natural systems to survive. ...
  23. Sharing a signal characteristic to allow more users in the same frequency band.
  24. This can mean anything from geographic distribution, to socioeconomic backgrounds, to political leanings, to religious affiliations of the student body. Often, diversity means the percentage of minority or international students.
  25. Used to describe a receivers ability to select between two receive antennas, typically cross polarize (one horizontal and one vertical). This feature is useful for operating in areas susceptible to the affects of multi-path interference.