Definition of multidirectional in English:

multidirectional

Syllabification: mul·ti·di·rec·tion·al
Pronunciation: /ˌməltēdəˈrekSH(ə)nl
 
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adjective

Of, involving, or operating in several directions: a multidirectional antenna
More example sentences
  • Loyalties are multidirectional and even the most affirmative forms of political direction and identity cannot eradicate the informal, boundary-dissolving, groupings.
  • Agility is multidirectional speed, or the ability to stop, react, change direction, and start again, all in a split second.
  • Hopefully the place will be empty and they have a multidirectional hand drier that's not too high up on the wall, so you can dry it off.

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