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  • adj. Having multiple functions


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  • Ofcom's Communications Market Report reveals that one in four adults and almost half of all teenagers - defined as 12 to 15 year-olds - own a smartphone, which are defined as multifunctional devices that allow access to the internet. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The EU taxes imports of set-top boxes, used to convert outside signals into sound and images on a television; flat computer screens; and so-called multifunctional appliances such as printer-fax machines.

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  • These stacked configurations are called multifunctional devices.

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  • BCL2 is best known as a multifunctional anti-apoptotic protein.

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  • BAE's new terminal - dubbed the multifunctional information distribution system-joint tactical radio system (MIDS-JTRS) - makes three major improvements: throughput rate quadruples to 1Mbps messaging moves to the internet protocol (IP) standard and new waveforms expand connectivity to new platforms.


  • Many dancing costume are multifunctional, meaning they can also be used for other types of sporting events.


  • Although they concede Stonehenge was probably "multifunctional", possibly also serving as a giant calendar marking the solstices, as well as a site of ancestor worship, they are convinced its true importance came from the modest bluestones, the size of a man or smaller, dwarfed by the awesome sarsens.

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  • The striking gray building near Pionerskaya metro station is one of the few remaining such sites in St. Petersburg that hasn't been turned into the kind of multifunctional complex that usually proves very successful when located in similar places.

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  • it's actually a "multifunctional" entertainment facility: an amphitheatre where pro hockey will take its place in the social hierarchy alongside concerts, Québécois galas and feel-good Olympics-style events.

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  • Many unicellular eukaryotes were multifunctional cells, doing many different things, but specialized in multicellular organisms.

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