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Correct spelling for the English word "divert" is [da͡ɪvˈɜːt], [da‍ɪvˈɜːt], [d_aɪ_v_ˈɜː_t]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for DIVERT

Below is the list of 323 misspellings for the word "divert".

Similar spelling words for DIVERT

Definition of DIVERT

  1. To turn aside: to change the direction of: to turn the mind from business or study: to amuse.

Anagrams of DIVERT

5 letters

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Usage Examples for DIVERT

  1. When McGroarty was away from the car anyone could have lost it, or- as you suggested a moment ago- planted it there deliberately to divert suspicion. - "The Film Mystery" by Arthur B. Reeve
  2. Very well- now that we are at the winning post, don't divert us from the goal! - "The Canadian Commonwealth" by Agnes C. Laut
  3. Why he did not, on leaving Dehli, march due north to Ghausgarh cannot be now positively determined; but it is possible that, having his spoil collected in that fort, he preferred trying to divert the enemy by an expedition in a more easterly direction; and that he entertained some hopes of aid from his connection, Faizula Khan of Rampur, or from the Bangash of Farrukhabad. - "Fall-of-the-Moghul-Empire-of-Hindustan" by Keene, H. G. (Henry George)
  4. But you needn't think you can divert my mind to the extent of making me give up this plan of mine. - "Patty's Success" by Carolyn Wells
  5. Lowell attempted to divert her mind to other things. - "Mystery Ranch" by Arthur Chapman

Conjugate verb Divert

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have diverted
you would have diverted
he/she/it would have diverted
we would have diverted
they would have diverted
I would have divert
you would have divert
he/she/it would have divert
we would have divert
they would have divert

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been diverting
you would have been diverting
he/she/it would have been diverting
we would have been diverting
they would have been diverting

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would divert
you would divert
he/she/it would divert
we would divert
they would divert

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be diverting
you would be diverting
he/she/it would be diverting
we would be diverting
they would be diverting

FUTURE

I will divert
you will divert
he/she/it will divert
we will divert
they will divert

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be diverting
you will be diverting
he/she/it will be diverting
we will be diverting
they will be diverting

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have diverted
you will have diverted
he/she/it will have diverted
we will have diverted
they will have diverted

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been diverting
you will have been diverting
he/she/it will have been diverting
we will have been diverting
they will have been diverting

IMPERATIVE

you divert
we let´s divert

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to divert

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was diverting
you were diverting
he/she/it was diverting
we were diverting
they were diverting

PAST PARTICIPLE

diverted

PAST PERFECT

I had diverted
you had diverted
he/she/it had diverted
we had diverted
they had diverted

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been diverting
you had been diverting
he/she/it had been diverting
we had been diverting
they had been diverting

PRESENT

I divert
you divert
he/she/it diverts
we divert
they divert

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am diverting
you are diverting
he/she/it is diverting
we are diverting
they are diverting

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

diverting

PRESENT PERFECT

I have diverted
you have diverted
he/she/it has diverted
we have diverted
they have diverted

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been diverting
you have been diverting
he/she/it has been diverting
we have been diverting
they have been diverting

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it divert

SIMPLE PAST

I diverted
you diverted
he/she/it diverted
we diverted
they diverted
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