Divergence meaning

dĭ-vûrjəns, dī-
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Departure from a particular viewpoint, practice, etc.
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Divergence is defined as separating, changing into something different, or having a difference of opinion.

An example of divergence is when a couple split up and move away from one another.

An example of divergence is when a teenager becomes an adult.

An example of divergence is when your political views go against the party in which you are registered.

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A difference between or among items.
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(mathematics) The property or manner of diverging; failure to approach a limit.
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(physiology) A turning of both eyes outward from a common point or of one eye when the other is fixed.
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Difference of opinion; disagreement.
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(biology) The evolutionary tendency or process by which animals or plants that are descended from a common ancestor evolve into different forms when living under different conditions.
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A diverging, separating, or branching off.
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A departure from a norm; a deviation.
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(physiology) A turning of both eyes outward from a common point or of one eye when the other is fixed.
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A becoming different in form or kind.
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A departure from a norm; a deviation.
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(meteorology) A condition characterized by the uniform expansion in volume of a mass of air over a region, usually accompanied by fair dry weather.
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(mathematics) The property or manner of failing to approach a limit, such as a point, line, or value.
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(biology) The evolution of different forms or structures in related species as they adapt to different environments. An example of divergence is the development of wings in bats from the same bones that form the arm and hand or paw in most other mammals.
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In technical analysis, price movements that fail to confirm a trend or that bring a pattern on a price chart into question.
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The degree to which two or more things diverge.

An angle is made by the divergence of straight lines.

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(mathematics) The operator which maps a function F=(F1... Fn) from a n-dimensional vector space to itself to the number.
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(biology) The evolutionary tendency or process by which animals or plants that are descended from a common ancestor evolve into different forms when living under different conditions.
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