Translation of diversity in Spanish:

diversity

Pronunciation: /dəˈvɜːrsəti; daɪˈvɜːsəti/

n

  • 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (variety) diversidad (feminine) ethnic/religious diversity diversidad étnica/religiosa
    More example sentences
    • A very striking difference is evident in the diversities of different colony-forms in cyclostomes and cheilostomes.
    • India is a land of the greatest diversities and infinite varieties.
    • I mean, how could travelling reveal to you the diversities of home?
    1.2 (large range) (no plural/sin plural) diversidad (feminine) a wide diversity of opinion una gran diversidad de opiniones

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