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Wordnet 3.0

VERB (4)

1. turn aside; turn away from;
[syn: deviate, divert]

2. send on a course or in a direction different from the planned or intended one;

3. occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion;
- Example: "The play amused the ladies"
[syn: amuse, divert, disport]

4. withdraw (money) and move into a different location, often secretly and with dishonest intentions;
[syn: divert, hive off]

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4 definitions retrieved:

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Divert \Di*vert"\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Diverted; p. pr. & vb. n. Diverting.] [F. divertir, fr. L. divertere, diversum, to go different ways, turn aside; di- = dis- + vertere to turn. See Verse, and cf. Divorce.] 1. To turn aside; to turn off from any course or intended application; to deflect; as, to divert a river from its channel; to divert commerce from its usual course. [1913 Webster] That crude apple that diverted Eve. --Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. To turn away from any occupation, business, or study; to cause to have lively and agreeable sensations; to amuse; to entertain; as, children are diverted with sports; men are diverted with works of wit and humor. [1913 Webster] We are amused by a tale, diverted by a comedy. --C. J. Smith. Syn: To please; gratify; amuse; entertain; exhilarate; delight; recreate. See Amuse. [1913 Webster]
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Divert \Di*vert"\, v. i. To turn aside; to digress. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] I diverted to see one of the prince's palaces. --Evelyn. [1913 Webster]
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

divert v 1: turn aside; turn away from [syn: deviate, divert] 2: send on a course or in a direction different from the planned or intended one 3: occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion; "The play amused the ladies" [syn: amuse, divert, disport] 4: withdraw (money) and move into a different location, often secretly and with dishonest intentions [syn: divert, hive off]
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:

117 Moby Thesaurus words for "divert": absorb, abstract, abuse, alter, amuse, avert, befoul, beguile, bend, bias, blunt, call away, change, change course, chill, convert, convulse, cool, crook, curve, damp, dampen, debase, defalcate, defile, deflect, delight, depart, desecrate, detach, deter, detract, detract attention, deviate, diffract, diffuse, disaffect, discourage, disengage, disincline, disinterest, disperse, distort, distract, diverge, divert the mind, dogleg, embezzle, engage, enliven, entertain, exhilarate, foul, fracture one, gladden, hairpin, indispose, interest, kill, knock dead, loosen up, maladminister, misapply, misappropriate, misemploy, mishandle, mismanage, misuse, modify, occupy, peculate, pervert, pilfer, pivot, please, pollute, profane, prostitute, pull, put off, quench, raise a laugh, raise a smile, recreate, redirect, refract, refresh, regale, relax, repel, scatter, sheer, shift, sidetrack, skew, slay, solace, swerve, switch, tickle, titillate, turn, turn aside, turn away, turn from, turn off, twist, veer, violate, volte-face, warp, wean from, wheel, whip, whirl, wow, zigzag