Definition of intercultural in English:

intercultural

Line breaks: inter|cul¦tural
Pronunciation: /ɪntəˈkʌltʃərəl
 
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adjective

  • Taking place between cultures, or derived from different cultures: intercultural communication
    More example sentences
    • The separation of different population groups increased intercultural tensions and the different rates of progress led to political unrest and instability.
    • Despite gaps between cultures, intercultural contact is age-old.
    • This explains her wish as a novelist to encourage intercultural understanding among different peoples.

Derivatives

interculturalism

noun
More example sentences
  • However, she went on, if we consider multiculturalism as a kind of interculturalism, this could improve matters.
  • ‘Education can play a fundamental role in that because the promotion of interculturalism can be achieved in schools,’ he said.
  • The money will be used to prepare guidelines to promote interculturalism in schools and seminars for second level principals.

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