diverting

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الإنجليزية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{a} a turning, pleasing, ageeable
Amusing; entertaining
{s} amusing, entertaining; distracting, redirecting, deflecting
present participle of divert
If you describe something as diverting, you mean that it is amusing or entertaining. = enjoyable. entertaining and amusing
providing enjoyment; pleasantly entertaining; "an amusing speaker"; "a diverting story"; "a fun thing to do"
divert
To entertain or amuse (by diverting the attention)
divert
To distract

Don't let him divert your attention; keep your eye on the ball.

divert
to turn from the accustomed course or a line of action already established
divert
{v} to turn aside, entertain, please, ruin
divert
To turn aside; to digress
divert
turn aside; turn away from
divert
occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion; "The play amused the ladies"
divert
  Change in aircraft assignment from one target to another or to a new fire
divert
To turn away from any occupation, business, or study; to cause to have lively and agreeable sensations; to amuse; to entertain; as, children are diverted with sports; men are diverted with works of wit and humor
divert
To divert vehicles or travellers means to make them follow a different route or go to a different destination than they originally intended. You can also say that someone or something diverts from a particular route or to a particular place. Rainham Marshes, east London, where a new bypass will divert traffic from the A13 We diverted a plane to rescue 100 passengers She insists on diverting to a village close to the airport
divert
vt to turn (a person or thing) aside from a course, direction, etc into another; deflect
divert
The route of a shipment changed in transit from that shown on the original billing Used interchangeably with reconsign
divert
send on a course or in a direction different from the planned or intended one withdraw (money) and move into a different location, often secretly and with dishonest intentions
divert
To turn aside; to turn off from any course or intended application; to deflect; as, to divert a river from its channel; to divert commerce from its usual course
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disapproval If you say that someone diverts your attention from something important or serious, you disapprove of them behaving or talking in a way that stops you thinking about it. They want to divert the attention of the people from the real issues. = distract
divert
To turn aside from a course
divert
Removing water from its natural course or location, or controlling water in its natural course or location, by means of a ditch, canal, flume, reservoir, bypass, pipeline, conduit, well, pump, or other structure or device (Rice/White, 1991)
divert
To divert a phone call means to send it to a different number or place from the one that was dialled by the person making the call. He instructed switchboard staff to divert all Laura's calls to him
divert
withdraw (money) and move into a different location, often secretly and with dishonest intentions
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To change the route of a shipment in transit
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To divert money or resources means to cause them to be used for a different purpose. The government is trying to divert more public funds from west to east
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{f} distract; entertain; turn in a different direction, deflect
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To channel something to another location
divert
send on a course or in a direction different from the planned or intended one
diverting

    الواصلة

    di·vert·ing

    التركية النطق

    dayvırtîng

    النطق

    /dīˈvərtəɴɢ/ /daɪˈvɜrtɪŋ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ d&-'v&rt, dI- ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle English, from Middle French & Latin; Middle French divertir, from Latin divertere to turn in opposite directions, from dis- + vertere to turn; more at WORTH.

    كلمة اليوم

    concilliabule
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