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multiversity

Syllabification: mul·ti·ver·si·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌməltēˈvərsədē
 
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Definition of multiversity in English:

noun (plural multiversities)

A large university with many different departments.
Example sentences
  • Recently, one of the many publications devoted to sorting and ranking colleges and universities named a campus in my home multiversity as the ‘most beautiful in the nation.’
  • But it held onto aspects of the critique of the multiversity and student passivity from its headier past.
  • The multiversity has said it would provide economic development, social and medical healing, truth, beauty, and, for the young, freedom and social mobility.

Origin

mid 20th century: from multi- + a shortened form of university.

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