Translation of divergent in Spanish:

divergent

divergente, adj.

Pronunciation /daɪˈvərdʒənt//dəˈvərdʒənt//dʌɪˈvəːdʒ(ə)nt//dɪˈvəːdʒ(ə)nt/

adjective

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    divergente
    • Susceptible alleles, on the other hand, could be widely divergent from the resistant haplotypes and each other.
    • But we have come to question the divergent assumptions that underlie this seemingly broad consensus.
    • The two panels began with divergent notions of the key education problems needing to be solved.
    • The English language is spoken throughout Scotland, but Scottish accents are strongly divergent from those in England.
    • And Rousseau's thought certainly led to divergent opinions as to what really mattered.
    • His films inspired respect, if wildly divergent opinions.
    • We have to weigh up all the options and divergent opinions that have been expressed.
    • The procedures of the Japanese trial were grossly divergent from American legal standards of due process.
    • The arguments set forth by the two sides during the secession crisis reflected their divergent outlooks.
    • There were also divergent attitudes towards industrialization in China and Japan.
    • In addition, teachers and parents may have divergent expectations about what constitutes appropriate school behavior.
    • At the present time there are a number of divergent opinions concerning the paleoecology of radiolarians.
    • They also have divergent opinions internally.
    • Not surprisingly, there are divergent opinions on this issue.
    • Why should one think that such failures of common knowledge provide a general explanation for divergent beliefs?
    • They are also divergent from SCRs of the group 1 proteins.
    • The populations from the Adriatic and Black seas, however, are divergent from every other population.
    • Clearly the poets had divergent notions of human fulfillment.
    • In essence, Smith plays too many roles that are too divergent from the ‘self’ he is known to play.
    • The virtues sought in a deputy are sometimes quite divergent from those sought in a leader.