# diverge

diverge | move |

## As verbs the difference between diverge and move

is that diverge is while move is to change place or posture; to stir; to go, in any manner, from one place or position to another.

## As a noun move is

the act of moving; a movement.

#### Division vs Diverge - What's the difference?

division | diverge |

is division.

## As a verb diverge is

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#### Diverge vs Seperate - What's the difference?

diverge | seperate |

## As verbs the difference between diverge and seperate

is that diverge is while seperate is .

## As an adjective seperate is

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#### Distinguish vs Diverge - What's the difference?

distinguish | diverge |

## As verbs the difference between distinguish and diverge

is that distinguish is to see someone or something as different from others while diverge is .

#### Diverge vs Devide - What's the difference?

diverge | devide |

## As verbs the difference between diverge and devide

is that diverge is while devide is .

#### Diverge vs Doffer - What's the difference?

diverge | doffer |

is .

## As a noun doffer is

(textile manufacturing) a revolving cylinder, or a vibrating bar with teeth, in a carding machine, which doffs, or strips off, the cotton or fiber from the cards.

#### Change vs Diverge - What's the difference?

change | diverge |

is (lb) change.

## As a verb diverge is

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#### Diverge vs Swerve - What's the difference?

diverge | swerve |

## As verbs the difference between diverge and swerve

is that diverge is while swerve is to stray; to wander; to rove.

#### Diverge vs Disapprove - What's the difference?

diverge | disapprove |

## As verbs the difference between diverge and disapprove

is that diverge is while disapprove is to condemn; consider wrong or inappropriate.

#### Diverge vs Dissent - What's the difference?

diverge | dissent |

## As verbs the difference between diverge and dissent

is that diverge is while dissent is to disagree; to withhold assent construed with from'' (or, formerly, ''to ).

## As a noun dissent is

disagreement with the ideas, doctrines, decrees, etc of a political party, government or religion.