diversity

noun
ADJECTIVE
considerable, enormous, extraordinary, great, immense, remarkable, rich, tremendous, wide

There is need for greater diversity and choice in education.

the rich diversity of the city's cultural life

growing, increased, increasing
high, low

The south-east has the highest diversity of freshwater fish in the country.

biological, ecological, gene, genetic, species

the need to preserve biological diversity

cultural, ethnic, gender, intellectual (esp. AmE), linguistic, political, racial, religious
ideological
geographic (esp. AmE), geographical, regional
global
VERB + DIVERSITY
achieve, create
encourage, enhance, foster, promote

Our party believes in encouraging cultural diversity, not division.

celebrate, embrace

People are being encouraged to celebrate the diversity of their communities.

a racist society with a reluctance to embrace diversity

appreciate, respect, value

You're lucky to work for a company which values diversity.

maintain, preserve, protect

The producer was under pressure to maintain a diversity in his output.

reflect, represent

The teaching profession does not yet reflect the diversity of the population.

increase
decrease, reduce
allow, allow for

Tyrannies do not allow diversity and disagreement.

PREPOSITION
diversity in

diversity in the style of the reports

diversity of

There is a wide diversity of views on this subject.


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