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multinational

adjective as in international

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During the coronavirus pandemic, alternative protein products have soared in popularity, prompting nearly every multinational food corporation to hasten to bring its own versions to market.

We’re proud the network to date includes a multinational group of powerful business leaders across industries.

From Fortune

Pencil is already being used by about 100 companies, including some big multinationals such as Unilever.

From Fortune

Connections Academy, which operates six schools serving 6,500 students in California, is a subsidiary of Pearson, a multinational corporation.

The multinational theater company has had a rough year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

From Quartz

The Keystone project is not an American one, but a global one, financed and favored by major multinational oil interests.

Héctor's older brothers Arturo and Alfredo were men with the right temperament to preside over a multinational crime syndicate.

After all, Disney is a multinational corporation that saw $45 billion in earnings last year.

Industrially brewed by large, monopolistic, multinational corporations with marketing programs that may target children.

In addition, he took the first steps toward being a multinational corporation—wholly owned by himself.

In Iraq, multinational forces are operating under a mandate from the United Nations.

Your joint resolution on the multinational peacekeeping force in Lebanon is also serving the cause of peace.

Now the multinational peacekeeping force and our marines are helping them break their cycle of despair.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to multinational, such as: continental, global, multicultural, intercontinental, universal, and worldwide.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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