Recent Examples of multicultural from the Web
A gap has already opened up between the younger, multicultural new arrivals and the mostly white homeowners near the city’s old center.
This summer, the annual Starlite Marbella Festival held at the natural amphitheater, presents a multicultural offering of fashion meets music meets gastronomy.
A sweet, well-meaning Southern kid walks onto the campus of UC Berkeley and forges a multicultural-friend group with other college misfits.
More recently Eastern Market has taken on a multicultural vibe, with gallery spaces and loft living for artists and others seeking a bit of edge in their downtown lifestyle.
Line dancing, tap dancing, square dancing and multicultural dance are also offered.
The internet may quibble over the historical accuracy of such a multicultural Verona.
Soulfrito, a play on the word sofrito - a staple of Caribbean cooking - first started in Miami in 2002, and it was aimed at young multicultural Latinos.
At the turn of the century, the United States is the closest thing the world has to a workable multicultural society.
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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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