chetga burilish, og'ish, chalg'itish
Noun(1) an activity that diverts or amuses or stimulates(2) a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern(3) an attack calculated to draw enemy defense away from the point of the principal attack
(1) Dam building and river diversion have become commonplace.(2) Continuously increasing the fiscal deficit and diversion of larger funds to consumption rather than investment hurts it more.(3) The unreality, we're told, is just for diversion - people understand the difference between movie posturing and the real world.(4) Of course, the biggest diversion - the fall foliage - is free, and it is well worth the trip.(5) a subsidiary raid was carried out on the airfield to create a diversion(6) A diversion is planned for users of the footpath so that it runs to the south of Marine Lake.(7) people in search of diversion(8) Some side roads will also be temporarily closed with appropriate diversion routes added.(9) the diversion of funds to the Contras(10) Some have argued that these prosecutions are a diversion and distraction from the real task of prosecuting terrorists.(11) I managed to miss about 80% through hard work and diversion , but stumbled upon an amazing performance.(12) Signed diversion routes will be used to direct traffic around the closure.(13) You'd need to create a diversion , by throwing a rock that lands behind them, making a noise and distracting them temporarily.(14) the diversion of resources from defence to civil research(15) Any little diversion we plan - an afternoon drive to the Dairy Queen, a game of Monopoly after supper - Dad's nose vetoes.(16) They made going to a Web site a political act, not just an informational search or an entertaining diversion .
(1) trade diversion :: savdo chalg'itish
2. detour ::
3. distraction ::
4. entertainment ::
5. recreation ::
6. digression ::
1. bore ::
2. bummer ::
3. drag ::
Different Formsdiversion, diversionary, diversions
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