diversify

[ dih-vur-suh-fahy, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF diversify

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Now, however, there is a growing tendency to diversify the product.

The principal problem was to force the planters to diversify.

To diversify our crops and crop no more than we can cultivate.

It is intellectual culture which contributes most to diversify the features.

What may be expected in a court is only to diversify l'ennui.

They will diversify their portfolio and, as a result, their exposure (risk) will diminish.

That is what we want to do, and we want to diversify all the industries and protect them all.

Your job is to figure out new businesses for us to diversify into.

The experience of it tends to widen and diversify the thinking of men.

You cannot diversify happiness by the cares of property or the occupations of a family.

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