diversion definition

  • noun:
    • The work or an example of diverting or switching aside; deviation.
    • a thing that distracts your head and relaxes or entertains.
    • A maneuver that draws the attention of an opponent from a fully planned point of activity, specially as part of armed forces strategy.
    • A tactic always draw attention out of the real danger or activity.
    • A hobby; an action that distracts your head.
    • The work of diverting.
    • Removal of water via a canal.
    • A detour, eg during road construction
    • Officially halting or suspending a formal criminal or juvenile justice proceeding and recommendation of this accused person to cure or treatment program.
    • The work of switching apart from any training course, profession, or object
    • whatever diverts; whatever transforms or attracts your head from treatment or research, and therefore relaxes and amuses; sport; play; pastime.
    • The work of drawing the attention and power of an enemy from the point where main attack is to be made; the assault, security, or feint which diverts.
    • The work of switching aside from a program; a turning into another type of path or to a unique point or destination: since, the diversion of a stream from its normal station; the diversion of brain from business or study, or even to another object.
    • what diverts; what converts something from its correct or all-natural course or tendency; particularly, whatever converts or draws your head from treatment, company, or research, and thus rests and amuses; recreation; play; pastime: as, the diversions of youth; works of wit and laughter furnish an agreeable diversion towards studious.
    • The act of drawing the attention and power of an enemy from point where in fact the principal assault is usually to be made, as by an attack or alarm using one wing of an army as soon as the principal attack will be made on the other wing or even the center; in addition, generally, any work intended to draw one's attention away from a point targeted at, or a desired item.
    • an attack calculated to attract opponent protection out of the point of principal assault
    • a turning apart (of course or attention or concern)
    • a task that diverts or amuses or encourages
    • The work or an instance of diverting or switching aside; deviation.
    • a thing that distracts your brain and relaxes or entertains.
    • A maneuver that draws the attention of an opponent away from a fully planned point of action, particularly as part of military strategy.
    • A tactic always draw attention out of the real danger or activity.
    • an interest; an activity that distracts the mind.
    • The act of diverting.
    • elimination of water via a canal.
    • A detour, including during road construction
    • Officially halting or suspending an official unlawful or juvenile justice proceeding and referral of the accused person to a treatment or attention system.
    • The act of turning besides any course, career, or item
    • whatever diverts; whatever converts or attracts your brain from treatment or research, and thus relaxes and amuses; recreation; play; pastime.
    • The work of drawing the attention and force of an enemy through the point where main assault will be made; the attack, alarm, or feint which diverts.
    • The work of turning regardless of a program; a turning into a different sort of course or even a different point or location: since, the diversion of a stream from its typical channel; the diversion of the mind from business or research, or to another item.
    • whatever diverts; what converts anything from the appropriate or all-natural course or propensity; especially, that which converts or attracts the mind from care, business, or research, and therefore rests and amuses; recreation; play; pastime: because, the diversions of youth; works of wit and laughter furnish an agreeable diversion into studious.
    • The work or an instance of diverting or turning apart; deviation.
    • something which distracts your head and relaxes or entertains.
    • A maneuver that attracts the interest of an opponent away from a planned point of activity, particularly as part of military strategy.
    • A tactic accustomed draw interest from the genuine danger or action.
    • A hobby; an activity that distracts the mind.
    • The act of attracting the eye and force of an enemy from the point in which the principal attack will be made, as by an attack or alarm using one wing of an army as soon as the major assault will be made on the other wing or the center; additionally, generally speaking, any act meant to draw an individual's interest from a spot targeted at, or a desired object.
    • an attack determined to attract adversary protection away from the point of major attack
    • a turning aside (of training course or attention or concern)
    • an action that diverts or amuses or encourages
    • The work of diverting.
    • elimination of water via a canal.
    • A detour, eg during roadway construction
    • Officially halting or suspending an official criminal or juvenile justice proceeding and recommendation of accused person to cure or treatment system.
    • The work of turning in addition to any course, occupation, or object
    • whatever diverts; that which turns or draws the mind from treatment or study, and so relaxes and amuses; sport; play; pastime.
    • The act of attracting the attention and power of an enemy from the point where in fact the major attack will be made; the attack, alarm, or feint which diverts.
    • The work of switching aside from a course; a turning into another direction or even to an unusual point or location: because, the diversion of a stream from the typical station; the diversion of this head from business or study, or even another object.
    • what diverts; what transforms something from its appropriate or all-natural course or propensity; especially, that which converts or draws your brain from care, company, or research, and so rests and amuses; sport; play; pastime: since, the diversions of youth; works of wit and humor furnish an agreeable diversion into the studious.
    • The act of drawing the attention and power of an enemy through the point where the main attack will be made, as by an attack or alarm on one wing of an army as soon as the principal attack is usually to be made on the other wing or even the center; in addition, generally speaking, any work meant to draw one's attention far from a place targeted at, or a desired item.
    • an attack computed to-draw enemy security out of the point associated with principal attack
    • a turning apart (of the course or interest or issue)
    • an action that diverts or amuses or encourages

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