Associations to the word «Diverge»
DIVERGE, verb. (intransitive) (literally of lines or paths) To run apart; to separate; to tend into different directions.
DIVERGE, verb. (intransitive) (figuratively) (of interests, opinions, or anything else) To become different; to run apart; to separate; to tend into different directions.
DIVERGE, verb. (intransitive) (literally of a line or path) To separate, to tend into a different direction (from another line or path).
DIVERGE, verb. (intransitive) (figuratively) (of an interest, opinion, or anything else) To become different, to separate (from another line or path).
DIVERGE, verb. (intransitive) (mathematics) (of a sequence, series, or function) Not to converge: to have no limit, or no finite limit.
DIVERGE, verb. Move or draw apart; "The two paths diverge here".
DIVERGE, verb. Have no limits as a mathematical series.
DIVERGE, verb. Extend in a different direction; "The lines start to diverge here"; "Their interests diverged".
DIVERGE, verb. Be at variance with; be out of line with.
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