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adjective as in integrated

adjective as in multinational

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Example Sentences

While the firm’s clients immediately requested more research and training around multicultural marketing in May following the series of protests, Martínez has seen that interest drop.

From Fortune

I’m involved in another project looking at teenage speech in London and how that’s being affected by the multicultural society in which we live, and how that affects language and linguistics.

Davis was previously the publisher of HarperCollins imprint Amistad Press, which is “devoted to multicultural voices.”

From Eater

Given that cataclysmic backdrop, where social isolation meets calls for multicultural understanding, parents are seeking answers.

From Ozy

It’s hard to image a better time for Encantos to benefit from its purpose-driven digital learning and multicultural mission.

From Ozy

Other major news outlets made the same decision, hiding behind a misplaced sense of multicultural sensitivity.

She attended a multicultural performing arts school and swam competitively.

“Pilgrimage roads were important in connecting a multicultural religious community,” Chan said.

We have seen ourselves as superior to Americans because we are more multicultural.

“One of the things about America being a multicultural country is that the whole world has come to us,” he said.


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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to multicultural, such as: null, open, interracial, multiracial, nonracial, and nonsectarian.

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