### divergence

• n. 分歧
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1. di- "apart" + verg- + -ence.
2. => turn toward to different directions, tend toward to different directions, go in different directions.
divergence (n.)
1650s, from Modern Latin divergentia, from divergens (see diverge). Related: Divergency.
1. There'sa substantial divergence of opinion within the party.

2. A minimal error or deviation may result in wide divergence.

3. The tenor of the opening remarks reflects the divergence in the priorities of the two sides.

4. Convergence and divergence of infinite series depend upon this concept.

5. The divergence time is now greater than 30 sec.