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  • n. The condition of being multifunctional


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multi- +‎ functionality


  • The circuitry in Monosiga probably reflects this multifunctionality.

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  • MINUS: The included blender bordered on the useless, proving that too much multifunctionality isn't always a good thing.

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  • If you don't want to lose your phone in the first place, consider a wireless leash like the ZOMM for its multifunctionality.

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  • Competition tends to push all of these things toward multifunctionality and multitasking.

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  • They are punctuation at its best, for they do double and triple duty in conservative workplaces and at traditional social events, and they travel abroad well when creativity and multifunctionality guide smart packing.

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  • Providing multifunctionality for the makeup minimalist, 3wayColor $9, from KISS MY FACE, negates the need for three separate containers.

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  • This is a convergence of mobile portability with the speed and multifunctionality of fixed-line broadband.

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  • The cost-effective transfer of microcomputers in a programme management context is facilitated by the presence of applications that are congruent with the comparative advantages of the technology: transportability, ease of use, multifunctionality, durability, and high computational power;

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  • More interestingly is we can use multifunctionality to be able to change the porosity of a textile.

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  • In its place is a Our obsession with multifunctionality is getting wearing. - Articles related to Euro styled Mazda 2 set to land in US


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