Definition of cultural in English:

cultural

Line breaks: cul|tural
Pronunciation: /ˈkʌltʃ(ə)r(ə)l
 
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adjective

  • 2Relating to the arts and to intellectual achievements: a cultural festival
    More example sentences
    • It seems that every town and village in France puts on cultural festivals of some type or another.
    • It is nice to know that my daughter's school is keeping up the cultural education.
    • When you buy work from a living artist you are helping to ensure continuing cultural innovation.
    Synonyms
    aesthetic, artistic, intellectual; educational, civilizing, enlightening, edifying, enriching

Derivatives

culturally

adverb
culturally, the town was relatively isolated from the surrounding regions a culturally diverse city
More example sentences
  • It has cast a long shadow over an area which is arguably the most ethnically and culturally diverse in the city.
  • The best thing about studying film in a place like Bristol is because it is a culturally active city.
  • Prior to its colonization, India was the most culturally diverse nation on earth.

Origin

mid 19th century: from Latin cultura 'tillage' + -al.

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