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diversity noun

ADJ. considerable, enormous, extraordinary, great, immense, rich, wide There is need for greater diversity and choice in education. the rich diversity of the city's cultural life | growing, increased, increasing | biological, genetic the need to preserve biological diversity | cultural, ethnic, linguistic, political, regional

VERB + DIVERSITY create | encourage, promote Our party believes in encouraging cultural diversity, not division. | maintain, preserve, protect The producer was under pressure to maintain a diversity in his output. | decrease, increase | allow (for) Tyrannies do not allow diversity and disagreement.

PREP. ~ in diversity in the style of the reports | ~ of There is a wide diversity of views on this subject.