Definition of multiethnic
: made up of people of various ethnicities a multiethnic country; also : of, relating to, reflecting, or adapted to diverse ethnicities multiethnic literature
multiethnicityplay \-ˌeth-ˈni-sə-tē\ noun
Recent Examples of multiethnic from the Web
The lab also contains a complexity of interactions and relationships: The crews are multigendered, multiethnic, multinational and multilingual.
Old England is there in the toffee pudding, but Collins is strongest when cheering the multiethnic United Kingdom of today with skewers of monkfish tikka masala under petals of papadam.
The crash occurred at a time when the multiethnic neighborhood was crowded with Muslims leaving the Finsbury Park mosque after Ramadan prayers.
Qianlong, one of the greatest of the Manchu rulers of the Qing dynasty, cobbled together a vast multiethnic Chinese empire through conquests and alliances.
Woods and her friend Victoria Trotter experienced the multiethnic culture during the festival.
The rise in multiracial or multiethnic infants coincides with the growth in marriages among couples of different races or ethnicities.
Politics in Cameroon are multiethnic and depend on the president’s ability to control the flow of resources toward specific individuals and regions.
The festival is in conjunction with the Multi-Ethnic Arts & Family Festival, showcasing the diverse range of talent from multiethnic communities in Orange County.
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MULTIETHNIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of multiethnic for English Language Learners
: relating to or including people from many ethnic groups
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