Recent Examples of multicultural from the Web
Indeed the city seems set up to cater to the rich — there’s no income tax or sales tax, crime rates are low and the atmosphere is multicultural and cosmopolitan thanks to a population mix that is about 90 percent foreign.
The four of them celebrated at home with friends and family at a multicultural potluck.
The school is near the Lillis Albina Park, which is hosting the Good in the Hood multicultural festival this weekend.
The new lineup of Ken Dolls — seeking to represent a more multicultural, physically diverse populace (read: client base) — landed earlier this week to much fanfare.
The perpetrator was never found, so the Clintons donated the reward money to support multicultural programs in the school district.
Reggae Revolution is a multicultural, multinational tradition that radiates good vibes every Sunday night.
Multicultural family festival of games, education, food and entertainment.
This seems like a missed opportunity, given that American audiences should be more than ready to engage with a drama that has the opioid trade as a central plot point and offers the multicultural richness of daily life inside a nail salon.
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First Known Use of multicultural
MULTICULTURAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of multicultural for English Language Learners
: relating to or including many different cultures
MULTICULTURAL Defined for Kids
Definition of multicultural for Students
: relating to or made up of several different cultures a multicultural society
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