Learner's concept of DIVERSIONformal : the work of changing the path or use of one thing : the work of diverting something
- The inclement weather pushed the diversion of a number of flights. [=several routes needed to land someplace else due to inclement weather]
- small diversions of river water for irrigation
- The officials were charged with unlawful diversion of general public funds. [=they were charged with using public cash illegally for many improper purpose]
- Hiking is one of my personal favorite diversions.
- Our town provides few diversions.
- Recreations offer him with a welcome diversion through the pressures of his task.
- We are in need of some diversion. [=amusement, activity]
- He produced a diversion while their partner stole her pocketbook.