*verb-intransitive:*- To go or extend in various directions from a typical point; part aside.

- To go or extend in various instructions from a common point; branch completely.
- To differ, like in opinion or way.
- To differ, such as viewpoint or manner.
- To depart from a group training course or norm; deviate. See Synonyms at swerve.
- going or expand in various instructions from a typical point; part completely.
- To differ, as in opinion or manner.
- To depart from a collection course or norm; deviate. See Synonyms at swerve.
- Mathematics To fail to approach a limit.
- To depart from a group course or norm; deviate. See Synonyms at swerve.
- Mathematics To don't approach a limit.
- to give from a standard point in different guidelines; to have a tendency in one point and recede from both; to usually spread apart; to make apart or deviate (as from confirmed path); -- against
converge . - To change from a typical form; to vary from a standard problem; to dissent from a creed or place generally presented or taken.
- Mathematics To don't approach a limit.
- to give from a standard part of various instructions; to tend in one point and recede from each other; to often distribute apart; to show apart or deviate (as from a given course); -- opposed to
converge . - To vary from an average form; to alter from an ordinary problem; to dissent from a creed or place generally speaking presented or taken.
- to increase from a common part of different directions; to tend from one point and recede from each other; to will spread aside; to show apart or deviate (as from a given path); -- against
converge . - To change from a normal type; to alter from an ordinary problem; to dissent from a creed or place generally speaking presented or taken.

*verb-transitive:*- resulting in (light rays, for instance) to diverge; deflect.

- To cause (light rays, for instance) to diverge; deflect.
- To cause (light rays, like) to diverge; deflect.

*verb:*- To run aside; to split up; to have a tendency into various guidelines.

- to operate aside; to separate your lives; to tend into different directions.
- to be different; to perform aside; to split up; to have a tendency into different guidelines.
- To become different; to run apart; to split up; to have a tendency into different guidelines.
- to split up, to have a tendency into a different sort of way (from another range or path).
- to split up, to have a tendency into a different sort of path (from another line or path).
- to be various, to separate (from another line or road).
- to not ever converge: to have no limitation, or no finite limitation.
- have no limits as a mathematical show
- To become various, to split up (from another range or road).
- to not ever converge: to possess no limit, or no finite limit.
- To run aside; to separate; to tend into different guidelines.
- to be different; to operate aside; to separate; to have a tendency into different guidelines.
- do not have restrictions as a mathematical show
- be at difference with; be out of line with
- move or draw apart
- expand in a unique way
- be at difference with; be out of line with
- to separate your lives, to have a tendency into another way (from another range or course).
- To become various, to separate your lives (from another line or road).
- move or draw apart
- to not converge: having no limit, or no finite restriction.
- extend in another course
- do not have limits as a mathematical series
- be at variance with; be out-of-line with
- move or draw aside
- extend in a unique way

*others:*- to maneuver or rest in various guidelines from a typical point; part off: opposed to converge.

- generally speaking, in order to become or perhaps separated from another, or one from another; take different courses or instructions: because, diverging trains of thought; lives that diverge one from the other.
- To differ from a normal form; vary from a normal condition or from the truth.
- In mathematics, to be larger (in modulus) without restriction: stated of an infinite series when, on incorporating the terms, starting with the very first, the sum increases indefinitely toward infinity. A series is divergent without diverging. See divergent series, under divergent.
- to go or lay in different guidelines from a typical point; part down: against converge.
- overall, to be or perhaps divided from another, or one from another; simply take various courses or directions: since, diverging trains of idea; lives that diverge one from the other.
- To change from a normal type; vary from a normal state or from truth.
- In math, to be larger (in modulus) without restriction: said of an infinite show when, on including the terms, beginning with the initial, the amount increases indefinitely toward infinity. A set might divergent without diverging. See divergent series, under divergent.
- to maneuver or lie in different instructions from a common point; branch down: opposed to converge.
- overall, to become or be separated from another, or one from another; just take different programs or guidelines: as, diverging trains of thought; life that diverge one through the various other.
- To vary from an average kind; change from an ordinary state or from the truth.
- In math, in order to become bigger (in modulus) without limit: said of an infinite show when, on including the terms, you start with 1st, the sum increases indefinitely toward infinity. A series is divergent without diverging. See divergent show, under divergent.

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