American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Reaching out in several directions: a multidirectional campaign.
- adj. Operating or functioning in more than one direction: a multidirectional television antenna; multidirectional stereo speakers.
- multi- + directional (Wiktionary)
“Logitech also launched a swank pair of multidirectional headphones.”
“Davidson introduces us to in "Now You See It," in which the Duke University professor explores various problems caused by today's multidirectional pulls on our attention and attempts to find a few solutions, too.”
“One (1) articulated shoulder-mounted gatling gun, rotatable and multidirectional”
“Reebok's first foray in the natural-movement category has 76 multidirectional rubber nodes built into the sole to give a near-barefoot feel.”
“The ball is kept aloft by a jet of air, so that it functions like a multidirectional treadmill.”
“The structure of the system evolves as the product of co-evolution between system and environment, involving a multidirectional collection of linear and nonlinear processes.”
“Last December, for example, Atari launched a Facebook version of its multidirectional shooter game "Asteroids," so players could compare their scores against others.”
“Beijing's aptitude in implementing an active multidirectional diplomacy and avoiding unnecessary opposition not only provides opportunities to satisfy the needs of China's development, it also elevates the country's status.”
“By responding to movement in all directions, rather than on a single plane, as with past iPhones, this unique feature facilitates a new generation of multidirectional games.”
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