Englischer Thesaurus
(Adjektiv) 
Definition
having variety
shops selling a diverse range of gifts
Synonyme
various
The methods employed are many and various.
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mixed
I found a very mixed group of individuals.
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varied
a varied range of dishes suitable for vegetarians
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diversified
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assorted
swimsuits, sizes 12-18, in assorted colours
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miscellaneous
a hoard of miscellaneous junk
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several
one of several failed attempts
, ,
motley
a motley collection of vans and old buses
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manifold (formal)
The difficulties are manifold.
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heterogeneous
the heterogeneous society of today
,
of every description
(Adjektiv) 
Definition
different in kind
Their attitudes were refreshingly diverse.
Synonyme
different
We have totally different views.
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contrasting
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varying
Reporters gave varying figures on the number of casualties.
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differing
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distinct
The book is divided into two distinct parts.
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disparate
Scientists are trying to pull together disparate ideas.
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discrete
the process seen as a sequence of discrete phases
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dissimilar
Their styles are not so dissimilar.
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divergent
two people who have divergent views
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Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of assorted
Definition
consisting of various kinds mixed together
swimsuits, sizes 12-18, in assorted colours
in the sense of discrete
Definition
separate or distinct
the process seen as a sequence of discrete phases
in the sense of disparate
Definition
utterly different in kind
Scientists are trying to pull together disparate ideas.
Synonyme

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The moon is at the forefront of our minds as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s ‘small step’ on 20th July, 1969. This month, we’ve been exploring lunar terminology, as well as looking at how the moon has woven itself into the fabric of our everyday language.
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