动词过去式:diversified 过去分词:diversified 现在分词:diversifying 第三人称单数:diversifies 名词:diversification
v (pt, pp -fied)
1 [Tn] give variety to (sth); vary 使（某事物）多样化; 使不同
*diversify one's skills, interests, etc 培养自己多方面的技能、兴趣等
* We must try to diversify the syllabus to attract more students. 我们应该使教学大纲内容多样化, 可以多吸引学生.
2 [I, Ipr] ~ (into sth) (commerce 商) (esp of a business) vary the range of products, investments, etc in order to reduce risk or expand operations （尤指企业）从事多种经营, 多元化
*The choice facing the company is simple
*diversify or go bankrupt. 摆在公司面前的道路不难选择
* Some publishers are now diversifying into software. 有些出版社目前正兼营软件.
v past tense and past participlediversifiedpresent participlediversifyingthird person singulardiversifies [I and T]
if a business, company, country etc diversifies, it increases the range of goods or services it producesdiversify (away) from farmers forced to diversify away from their core businessdiversify into The company is planning to diversify into other mining activities. We need to diversify the economy. [I and T]
to change something or to make it change so that there is more variety User requirements have diversified over the years. [I]technical
to put money into several different types of investment
instead of only one or twodiversify into Spread the risk by diversifying into dollar bonds.>diversification
[daɪ,vəːsɪfɪ'keɪʃən (US) dɪ,vəːr-, daɪ-/
1. That factory is trying to diversify its products to sell in different markets. 那家工厂试着使货品多样化，以卖到不同的市场。