(cause to) turn aside of change from one direction to another
"The play amused the ladies"
Some of the reinforcements..were afterwards diverted to other services.
出自： T. Arnold
I had to get planning permission to divert the stream.
出自： E. Figes
A ditch diverted water from the stream into the fields.
Using a mirror, you can divert light from its path.
The sound of the bell diverted the boy's attention from the toy.
How can we divert her thoughts from her sad loss?
A loud noise diverted my attention from studying.
Money collected through taxes is often diverted from the purpose for which it was intended.
He was diverted from his purpose.
Some students are easily diverted from listening to the teacher in class.
Don't divert the subject into a side issue.
命令行人车辆改道行驶。 divert sth onto sth
Traffic is being diverted onto a side road because of the accident.
Competition can divert your trade to other markets.
The train was diverted to Cambridge because of engineering works on the main line.
John used to divert himself with billiards.
The people diverted themselves with games.
The crowd was greatly diverted with the performance.
He was highly diverted with himself.