diversión


diversión
f.
fun, recreation, entertainment, amusement.
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diversión
nombre femenino
1 fun, amusement, entertainment
en este pueblo hay pocas diversiones there's not much to do in this village
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noun f.
amusement, diversion
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SF
1) (=entretenimiento) fun

necesita un poco de diversión — he needs a bit of fun

2) (=pasatiempo) hobby, pastime

diversiones de salón — parlour games, indoor games

3) (Mil) diversion
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femenino
a) (esparcimiento) fun

por diversión — for fun

te hace falta un poco de diversión — you need a bit of enjoyment o fun

b) (espectáculo, juego)

aquí hay pocas diversiones — there isn't much to do here

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= amusement, entertainment, pleasure, fun, diversion, funmaking.
Ex. Several hundred pages of information are available on each channel, concerned mainly with retail prices, share prices and amusement.
Ex. In Spain, posters and cartoons were used to convey the impression of reading as entertainment.
Ex. It may be that, apart from the simple pleasure of browsing, documents arranged on shelves, may be easily examined.
Ex. Maybe when that young author looks back in a few years' time, she'll realize just how much more she got out of it than a bit of fun and fame.
Ex. Up to 1800 music was utilitarian whilst after that it was aimed more at amusement and diversion.
Ex. This annual event brings the whole community together for a full night of funmaking.
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* lugar de diversión = playground.
* por diversión = for sport, for fun, (just) for the hell of (doing) it, for kicks, (just) for the fun of (doing) it.
* por pura diversión = for kicks.
* sólo por diversión = (just) for the fun of (doing) it, (just) for the hell of (doing) it.
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femenino
a) (esparcimiento) fun

por diversión — for fun

te hace falta un poco de diversión — you need a bit of enjoyment o fun

b) (espectáculo, juego)

aquí hay pocas diversiones — there isn't much to do here

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diversión2
2 = enjoyment.

Ex: So I read on with increasing interest and enjoyment and, let it be said admiration too.

= amusement, entertainment, pleasure, fun, diversion, funmaking.

Ex: Several hundred pages of information are available on each channel, concerned mainly with retail prices, share prices and amusement.

Ex: In Spain, posters and cartoons were used to convey the impression of reading as entertainment.
Ex: It may be that, apart from the simple pleasure of browsing, documents arranged on shelves, may be easily examined.
Ex: Maybe when that young author looks back in a few years' time, she'll realize just how much more she got out of it than a bit of fun and fame.
Ex: Up to 1800 music was utilitarian whilst after that it was aimed more at amusement and diversion.
Ex: This annual event brings the whole community together for a full night of funmaking.
* lugar de diversión = playground.
* por diversión = for sport, for fun, (just) for the hell of (doing) it, for kicks, (just) for the fun of (doing) it.
* por pura diversión = for kicks.
* sólo por diversión = (just) for the fun of (doing) it, (just) for the hell of (doing) it.

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diversión
feminine
1 (esparcimiento) fun
se disfrazan por diversión they dress up for fun
te hace falta un poco de diversión you need a bit of enjoyment o fun
2
(espectáculo, juego): aquí hay pocas diversiones nocturnas there isn't much night life here, there isn't much entertainment in the evenings
en el pueblo hay pocos lugares de diversión there's hardly anything to do in the village
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diversión sustantivo femenino
a) (esparcimiento) fun

b) (espectáculo, juego):

aquí hay pocas diversiones there isn't much to do here

diversión sustantivo femenino
1 fun
2 Mil diversion: están realizando maniobras de diversión, they're carrying out diversion strategies
'diversión' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
animación
- cachondeo
- comecocos
- consistente
- derivación
- desviación
- desvío
- digresión
- entretenimiento
- idea
- marcha
- recreo
- disfrazar
- plan
- vacilón
English:
amusement
- diversion
- entertainment
- fun
- join
- play
- recreation
- idea
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diversión nf
1. [pasatiempo] entertainment, amusement;
mi diversión favorita es el cine my favourite pastime is going to the movies;
la ciudad ofrece gran variedad de diversiones the city offers a great variety of entertainment
2. [hecho de divertirse] enjoyment;
hacer algo por diversión to do sth for enjoyment o fun;
tuvimos un rato de diversión we had a bit of fun;
un poco de diversión no nos vendría mal we could do with a bit of fun
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diversión
f
1 fun
2 (pasatiempo) pastime;
aquí no hay muchas diversiones there’s not much to do around here
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diversión nf, pl -siones entretenimiento: fun, amusement, diversion
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diversión n
1. (placer) fun
caminan por pura diversión they walk just for fun
2. (pasatiempo) pastime
su diversión preferida es la natación swimming is his favourite pastime
3. (entretenimiento) entertainment
hay diversión para satisfacer tanto a los mayores como a los pequeños there's entertainment for both the old and the young

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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