Designed or used for several purposes: a multipurpose room; multipurpose software. (adjective)
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Use "multipurpose" in a sentence
"They were one of the few airports that invested heavily in what they refer to as a multipurpose equipment'' early on, said Kashani, referring to the mammoth plows with blades, brooms, and blowers."
"For those interested in multipurpose kitchen products, a microplane can also be used to grate hard cheeses, like Parmesan, and to grate spices, like nutmeg."
"The Luna-class is Starfleet's newest-generation long-range explorer, a starship not built specifically for combat, but like the Constitution-class of the previous century, a vessel designed for a long-term multipurpose mission into uncharted space."