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multigenerational

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Of or relating to several generations: multigenerational family traditions.

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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or affecting multiple generations; multigeneration

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Examples

  • I've said it many times and will repeat myself until I die: NASA's decisions and plans need to be independent of who the occupant of the White House is, otherwise no serious long-term multigenerational plans will ever be conceived nor implemented.

    Will He Stay Or Will He Go? - NASA Watch

  • This is called a multigenerational IRA and gives a family the ability stretch out the taxes over their lifetime.

    Toledo Newspaper

  • If the US has pledged, according to top counterterrorism official John Brennan, a "multigenerational" campaign against al-Qa'eda, wouldn't it be wise today to also pledge a multigenerational campaign against poverty, inequality, authoritarianism and corruption?

    Mark Levine: It's Time for Truce in the 'War on Terror' so the Real War on Terror Can Begin Before It's Too Late

  • When "multigenerational" is more broadly defined to include at least two adult generations, a record 49 million, or one in six people, live in such households, according to a study being released Thursday by the Pew Research Center.

    KSL / U.S. / National

  • Scott Pilgrim have the kind of multigenerational appeal that will pack theaters?

    Cinematical

  • When "multigenerational" is more broadly defined to include at least two adult generations, a record 49 million, or one in six people, live in such households, according to a study being released today by the Pew Research Center.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • When "multigenerational" is more broadly defined to include at least two adult generations,

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • This fall, NewBridge will become a truly "multigenerational" campus with the opening of the Rashi School, an

    Business Wire Travel News

  • Looking at it this way, capitalism has become a kind of multigenerational Ponzi scheme, in which future generations are left holding the empty bag.

    Ethical Technology

  • The advantage of the term "multigenerational" is threefold.

    Ethical Technology

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