Definition of multifaceted
: having many facets (see facet 2) or aspects a multifaceted approach to health care
Examples of multifaceted in a Sentence
a multifaceted approach to health care
Recent Examples of multifaceted from the Web
Beyond leading man Tom Holland and acting veterans Robert Downey Jr. and Michael Keaton, music's most multifaceted stars Zendaya and Donald Glover, a.k.a.
The display at Karen Lennox confirms Castle as multifaceted, most notably with two drawings of lettering.
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The hotel will rise in Manhattan's Hudson Yards district, a multifaceted residential, retail, and commercial development overseen by Equinox’s parent company, Related.
Acne is a multifaceted issue that not only involves excessive amounts of sebum, but an overproduction of follicle-blocking skin cells, overactive bacteria, and inflammation.
Multifaceted author and entertainer Steve Harvey is now getting into the food business.
A late-19th century proprietary evaporation process creates hollow, multifaceted crystals, fragile enough to crush between your thumb and index finger.
Instead, the current issues facing legal education are multifaceted and challenge law schools nationwide.
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First Known Use of multifaceted
MULTIFACETED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of multifaceted for English Language Learners
: having many different parts : having many facets
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