from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Comparing or dealing with two or more different cultures: a cross-cultural survey; cross-cultural influences on an artist's work.
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- adj. Between two or more cultures; intercultural.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. dealing with or comparing two or more cultures.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. dealing with or comparing two or more cultures
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One trend to emerge is known as cross-cultural marketing, aimed at a general market that may be more of a mosaic than a melting pot.
It appears that a deep-seated abhorrence of that tacky Jezebel Jan Crouch is utterly cross-cultural, which is making lining up backing a snap from Geneva to Abu Dhabi.
And no matter how desirous you are of educating yourselves on 'the real culture and people of Mexico', Mexico is not a one-culture, one people country, nor is it your personal cross-cultural resource.
Another recommendation: anything by Carlos Fuentes, a major Mexican voice who, having grown up as a diplomat's son in Washington, D.C., is most adept at cross-cultural points of view - and expressing them.
A recent slew of films and political campaigns have reminded me not of Iran's rich historical and cultural contribution over its long history, but rather of its failure to embrace notions of human rights that have won global, cross-cultural acceptance.
Israel, like the United States, has long been a setting for cross-cultural academic collaboration, whether in medical training programs, organ donor programs, collaborative research or cultural endeavors.
I tell the lawyers that this is like a cross-cultural experience for them.
The mosque is a project of the American Society for Muslim Advancement and the Cordoba Institute, which promotes cross-cultural understanding between Islam and the West.
The poem first appeared in Eppel's 1995 collection, Sonata for Matabeleland, a book whose very title signals cross-cultural transaction – a fertile but uneasy seed-bed.
John Bennett, the man who preceded Isaacson as president of the Aspen Institute, was impressed enough by the imam's message that he became a co-founder of his Cordoba Initiative, which seeks to promote cross-cultural engagement through a variety of initiatives including, most recently, the center in downtown Manhattan.