diverse collocations and examples

 UK /daɪˈvɜː(r)s/

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including people or things that are different from each other or of different kinds


Adverbs frequently used with diverse
very: amazingly, enormously, extraordinarily, extremely, highly, incredibly, remarkably, richly, very, wonderfullyEast London is one of the most richly diverse parts of the capital.in a way that relates to race: ethnically, raciallyThe school serves an ethnically diverse community.in a way that relates to human behaviour: culturally, linguistically, sociallyWorking in such a linguistically diverse nation is a challenge.in a way that relates to the physical features of an area: geographicallyEach island has an individual identity and they are very geographically diverse.
Nouns frequently used with diverse
group of people: audience, community, group, population, society, workforceMany employers understand the benefits of having a diverse workforce.range or selection: array, collection, mix, portfolio, range, selectionThe programme covers a diverse range of topics.type of culture: backgrounds, culturesWe encourage people of diverse backgrounds to apply.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with diverse
colourful, complex, cosmopolitan, exciting, rich, varied, vibrantNew York is one of the most vibrant and diverse cities in the world.
 
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