Definition of bicultural in English:

bicultural

Line breaks: bi|cul¦tural
Pronunciation: /bʌɪˈkʌltʃ(ə)r(ə)l
 
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adjective

Having or combining the cultural attitudes and customs of two nations, peoples, or ethnic groups: there is too little recognition of the children’s bilingual and bicultural status
More example sentences
  • But we have some way to travel before we can become a bicultural, bi-structural nation.
  • The only long-term future for a bicultural nation is to develop models of co-management.
  • We have developed positive attitudes and built bicultural institutions that are the envy of the world.

Derivatives

biculturalism

noun
More example sentences
  • Hence, the results revealed that students who had a greater awareness for, and interest in developing biculturalism had superior grade point average than their counterparts who had less interest in their heritage.
  • Throughout the eight learning communities, the authors found a school-wide focus on facilitating individual student success by building on students' bilingualism and biculturalism.
  • They are learning about tolerance, about biculturalism and multiculturalism, about how to train for jobs, about how to broaden their minds, and about how make worthwhile interjections that are intelligible.

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