Definition of bicultural
: of, relating to, or including two distinct cultures bicultural education
biculturalismplay \-ə-ˌli-zəm\ noun
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Her bilingual and bicultural skills are an advantage when communicating with parents who primarily speak Spanish.
Kwong was fluently bilingual and bicultural, and deeply attached to Chinese America.
CNCO -- a bilingual/bicultural pop group spawned from a TV reality show -- were the winners in the coveted artist of the year, new category.
Living in two worlds The duo attempts to tackle those questions from a bicultural point of view, Enriquez said.
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