Definition of cross-cultural in English:

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cross-cultural

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adjective

Relating to different cultures or comparison between them: cross-cultural understanding
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  • When it comes to cross-cultural comparisons, however, the situation is very different.
  • There was no intention to make cross-cultural comparisons in this study.
  • It is made easier by the fact that they trust their young and facilitate cross-cultural understanding.

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Syllabification: cross-cul·tur·al

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