In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(variety)diversidad feminineethnic/religious diversity — diversidad étnica/religiosa
- In other words, we frequently fail to parse the diversities within Diversity.
- People who reflect the wide diversity which exists in modern-day Scotland are needed for this vital work.
- The continent's rich linguistic diversity has been poorly explored, developed, and sanctioned.
- He strongly believes that a diversity of viewpoints will strengthen CalCPA, not weaken it.
- Smart teachers and principals have carefully constructed hybrid classrooms and schools that reflect the diversities of children.
- A very striking difference is evident in the diversities of different colony-forms in cyclostomes and cheilostomes.
- Second is the breaking up of media conglomerates, which stifles diversity of opinion.
- The genetic diversities of three nuclear genes, MC1R, TYR, and GPIP, were also investigated.
- Government media must enjoy editorial independence and be open to a diversity of viewpoints.
- The diversities of their colors, textures, and shapes offer gardeners a wonderful opportunity to be creative.
- But that's why we have diversities of view and opinions.
- Now debate has virtually disappeared, and there isn't much diversity of opinion.
- I mean, how could travelling reveal to you the diversities of home?
- Elected officials represent a great diversity of cultures and interests.
- For nobody can claim to represent all the diversities of the state.
- Evidence of the vast diversities the party contained within itself were strewn across the country.
- Important contributions to the project will also come from volunteers passionate about Earth's diversity of life.
- Human diversities are widely plural and their histories complex.
- India is a land of the greatest diversities and infinite varieties.
- Marginal diversities are almost identical to partial contributions.
2(large range)diversidad femininea wide diversity of opinion — una gran diversidad de opiniones
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