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

  • adj. Offering or involving a variety of services: a multiservice agency for the elderly.
  • adj. Involving, relating to, or composed of members of various branches of the armed forces.

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  • adj. Pertaining to or offering more than one type of service.


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multi- +‎ service


  • Ericsson will acquire Nortel's global multiservice switching assets for $65 million.

    Ericsson wins Nortel data biz for $65 million

  • Jeff Breslau, a spokesman for the multiservice U.S. military task force in Japan, who added that the specialists would primarily operate out of Yokota Air Force base outside of Tokyo.

    U.S. Draws Down Ground Troops in Japan Aid

  • George Lopez, who runs a multiservice telecommunications center at a store in Jackson Heights where Mr. Monserrate sometimes holds events, says he supports the candidate for his efforts to ease parking costs and clean up the streets of the neighborhood.

    Monserrate Attempts to Overcome Odds

  • Cisco killed the Monterey product in 2001 and has steadily lost share and expertise in optical multiservice SONET/SDH provisioning platforms (MSPP), a $6 billion market where the Cerent platform competes.

    Cisco makes another optical acquisition

  • But there were many other significant players in the multiservice campaign: carrier-based aviators in Hellcats, Corsairs, Avengers, and Helldivers; long-range patrol bombers from the Aleutians; Mustang pilots from Iwo Jima; and almost everything in the Army Air Forces inventory from Okinawa.


  • Still, the country would retain at least a bare-bones, multiservice defense force — and, if carefully managed, a basis for rebuilding the military when the budget crunch has eased.

    An Ally in Exile?

  • Patrons like Clements had moved on, and the burgeoning multiservice program had grown hugely complex.

    The Mind Of A Missile

  • B-RAS are multiservice platforms, installed at the edge of the network upstream of the DSLAM, and used for such functions as termination of PPP sessions and to provide a central collection point for data that can be used to bill customers for their network and service usage.

    Juniper’s big day?

  • TAGUBA: Sir, there's a baseline that we use as a reference, which is Army regulation 190-8, which is a multiservice regulation, establishes the policy in executive agency for detention operations.

    CNN Transcript May 11, 2004

  • That was the multiservice department of Surveillance, Acquisition, Tracking, and Kill Assessment.

    Mission Of Honor


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