Definition of multinational
1 : of or relating to more than two nationalities a multinational society
2a : of, relating to, or involving more than two nations a multinational allianceb : having divisions in more than two countries a multinational corporation
Examples of multinational in a Sentence
multinational efforts to negotiate a lasting peace in the region
Recent Examples of multinational from the Web
Macron, 39, is a globalist who believes in European integration and multinational alliances.
The Trump administration could develop a multinational coalition to cut off revenue to the North Korean government, like the Obama administration did to counter Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
And national and multinational corporations pillaged natural resources like coal and gold, damaging the environment.
President Donald Trump is eager to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin with full diplomatic bells and whistles when the two are in Germany for a multinational summit next month...
But the group, under assault by a multinational force, started to lose territory and strength in 2016.
This month, Alphabet agreed to sell robotics company Boston Dynamics to Japanese multinational SoftBank Group Corp.
Reggae Revolution is a multicultural, multinational tradition that radiates good vibes every Sunday night.
CRJs are currently made by Bombardier, a multinational transportation manufacturer.
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First Known Use of multinational
MULTINATIONAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of multinational for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or involving more than two nations
: working in several countries
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