Definition of multigenerational in English:

multigenerational

Syllabification: mul·ti·gen·er·a·tion·al
Pronunciation: /ˌməltiˌjenəˈrāSHənl, ˌməltī-
 
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adjective

Of or relating to several generations: multigenerational families
More example sentences
  • The multigenerational welfare family with grandmothers in their forties became typical: young women had babies in their teens because there was no reason not to with welfare waiting to pick up the tab.
  • For multigenerational families, both cruises and resorts are good options.
  • Since the early 1950s affordable single-family homes, distance from traditional multigenerational families and reliable daytime child care have allowed both parents to work outside the home.

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