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multiculti

Syllabification: mul·ti·cul·ti
Pronunciation: /ˌməltēˈkəltē, ˌməltī-
 
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US informal

Definition of multiculti in English:

adjective

Multicultural: the author’s multiculti persona comes through, or it may just be sloppy editing
More example sentences
  • According to the professor, the winners in an age that values these attributes include gay-friendly San Francisco, laid-back Austin, multiculti New York, and progressive Minneapolis.
  • So was the NYC percussionist/radio DJ, until he found himself jamming with a bunch of big-haired, open-eared, multiculti Brooklyn musicians.
  • Yale may have traded its clubby atmosphere for a more liberal multiculti image.

noun

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1Popular music incorporating ethnically disparate elements.
Example sentences
  • This multi-genre, multiculti trip-hip-hop-pop is sure to be a favourite of chichi restaurants and boutiques, perhaps finally knocking that Moby CD off constant rotation.
2One who is literate or comfortable in more than one culture: the multiculti
More example sentences
  • Dedicated to full female dignity and equality, it generally eschews both the biological determinism of the gender feminist and the cultural relativism of the multiculti postcolonialist.
  • Guiding the whole enterprise of citizenship education at Jefferson grammar school in the late 1950s and early 1960s was a belief that the multiculti present would dismiss as hopelessly naive and backward.

Origin

1990s: rhyming alteration of multicultural.

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