Definition of multiform in English:

multiform

Line breaks: multi|form
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌltɪfɔːm
 
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adjective

Existing in many forms or kinds: a very complex, multiform illness like cancer
More example sentences
  • Cricket, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, is more than any other, the most common ground for all the multiform and opposing elements of the global Indian nation.
  • Infrequent and uniform extra beats or ectopics are of no significance, unless they are multiform in nature, are repeated in succession and occur frequently.
  • In fact, it is widely understood that property is multiform.

Derivatives

multiformity

Pronunciation: /-ˈfɔːmɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • This multiformity can be driven in numerous ways; demographic composition of geographical location, an aging population, increasing presence of women in the workplace to mention a few.
  • This multiformity leads to the realisation that the Anglican Eucharistic tradition is not so tidy or uniformly Protestant as he suggests.

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