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diversified

[ dih-vur-suh-fahyd, dahy- ]
/ dɪˈvɜr səˌfaɪd, daɪ- /
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Definition of diversified

adjective
distinguished by various forms or by a variety of objects: diversified activity.
distributed among a judicious variety of types; balanced: Investments focused in a single industry, such as energy, are more vulnerable to market volatility than more diversified investments.
producing different kinds of goods, crops, etc., or expanded so as to do so: He owns a diversified farm, raising livestock, produce, and medicinal herbs.
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Origin of diversified

First recorded in 1605–15; diversify + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM diversified

non·di·ver·si·fied, adjectivequa·si-di·ver·si·fied, adjectiveun·di·ver·si·fied, adjectivewell-di·ver·si·fied, adjective
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