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

.

diverge

English

Verb

(diverg)
  • (intransitive, literally, of lines or paths) To run apart; to separate; to tend into different directions.
  • * 1916 , :
  • Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, / And sorry I could not travel both /
  • To become different; to run apart; to separate; to tend into different directions.
  • Both stories start out the same way, but they diverge halfway through.
  • (intransitive, literally, of a line or path) To separate, to tend into a different direction (from another line or path).
  • The sidewalk runs next to the street for a few miles, then diverges from it and turns north.
  • To become different, to separate (from another line or path).
  • The software is pretty good, except for a few cases where its behavior diverges from user expectations.
  • Not to converge: to have no limit, or no finite limit.
  • The sequence x_n = n^2 diverges to infinity: that is, it increases without bound.

    Antonyms

    * converge

    Derived terms

    * divergence * divergent

    Anagrams

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    seperate

    English

    Adjective

    (head)
  • Verb

    (head)