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  • adj. Having more than one center; multicentric.


From plur- ("many") (from Latin stem of plus ("more")) + -centric (Wiktionary)


  • English, unlike French, is firmly pluricentric: it has many living accents, all of which are equally part of the standard language.

    Today’s “Today” | Linguism

  • Generally, I like the idea of the progressive (centre-left as well as socialist left) blogosphere being a pluricentric ecology rather than revolving around two or three big stars.

    Splintered Sunrise


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