American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of, including, or expressed in several languages: a multilingual dictionary.
- adj. Using or having the ability to use several languages: a multilingual translator.
- adj. Pertaining to multiple languages.
- adj. of a person able to communicate fluently in multiple languages
- adj. using or knowing more than one language
- multi- + -lingual (Wiktionary)
“The World Digital Library makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world.”
“The feature, he adds, has a certain multilingual appeal as well.”
“Firstly that initial training courses for native speaker teachers have traditionally taken place (and still do) in multilingual settings in the UK and secondly that itinerant native speaker teachers feel uncomfortable with translation in class if they don’t speak the learners L1.”
“With Web-Translations’ experience in multilingual websites and online promotion, many were keen for more information, though were happier to refer to a website when at home, rather than carry away printed information on the day: does Germany already have an engrained green streak?”
“The Logos Wordtheque is a word-by-word multilingual library with a massive database of 325,916,827 words extracted from multilingual novels, technical literature and translated texts.”
“The Logos Wordtheque is a word-by-word multilingual library with a massive database (325,916,827 words as of December 10, 1998) containing multilingual novels, technical literature and translated texts.”
“But then I think about what is probably my main barrier in gaining the ability to be multilingual, which is opportunities to use the language, and the problem with opportunity lies with my personality.”
“Perhaps we could see the rise of "multilingual" niche presses in the future, that specialise in translation rights of sff novels between English and other languages.”
“A person who speaks more than two languages is "multilingual".”
“This kind of multilingual media revolution is essential to spread Dalit culture.”
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