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Definition of "multidiscipline" [multidiscipline]

  • Combining several disciplines; multidisciplinary. (adjective)

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Use "multidiscipline" in a sentence
  • "But UTV Media, owner of BBC 5 Live rival TalkSport, said it was relatively straightforward for the BBC to showcase less popular sports during the biggest multidiscipline event ever staged in the UK.UTV called on the corporation to "grasp its longer-term responsibilities to support a permanent legacy for the Olympics"."
  • "While Trott has an early opportunity to show her hand after the late withdrawal of Lizzie Armitstead, last year's silver medallist in the women's omnium, Harrison also has his eyes on the multidiscipline event, although this week priority will go to Clancy as the defending champion."
  • ""Let's call it 'multidiscipline procedures'," says Rich Rakowski, chairman of AAI, which bills itself as the first to offer the "fully integrated makeover experience.""