The word adverse refers to something that is opposing – it goes against what you want, and is often unfavorable, harmful or challenging.
Some people pronounce this word AD – verse, and others pronounce it ad – VERSE.
We often use the noun form, adversity, for difficult conditions. Someone who grew up in a very poor family and later became very financially successful has overcome
While the word adverse describes a situation, the word averse describes people, and it means the person is not willing to do something:
The noun form is aversion, and it also refers to a strong dislike or unwillingness to do something. If you have an aversion to broccoli, it means you really don’t like broccoli and are not likely to eat it.