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 (mŭl′tē-kŭl′tē) Informal
An advocate of multicultural theory or a supporter of multicultural values.

[Shortening and alteration of multicultural.]
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(Sociology) short for multicultural
(Sociology) short for multiculturalism
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(ˌmʌl tiˈkʌl ti)
Informal. multicultural.
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International Publication 'Multiculti Maleisie' - KLM Flying Dutchman
This is very much a multiculti "Magnificent Seven": In addition to Billy, there is Vasquez (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), a "Texican" with a mean streak, and Red Harvest (Martin Sensmeier), a Comanche in face paint that he changes like a mood ring.
“I worked hard to obtain a line-up that pops with character-driven sizzle; delivers a historical punch; and showcases the multiculti richness of New York,” says Caroline Shin.
"Why are baby mammals so appealing?" He jabbed at an eight-by-eight glossy of a multiculti toddler in madras overalls kneeling and hugging a golden retriever pup.
7 GORAN KAJFES, X/Y (Headspin) Little-known outside his home country, this Croatian-born young Swedish trumpeter unveiled an invigorating double CD of loose-limbed, multiculti progressive jazz (picking up where the likes of Miles Davis, Don Cherry, and Jon Hassell left off) and steamy fourth-world ambience.
It might seem sensible to dismiss Talbot's post-9/1 I critique as typical facetious opportunism, a mercenary's chance to rehearse familiar--and by then already dated--cudgels against the alleged vacuum left in literary studies by "the multiculti buzz" and the "overthrowing |of] the old canon" (Talbot 2001).
Along with--I'm guessing--a good many of his viewers, Weiner does seem unduly entranced with the vanilla swank of a time when nobody knew what the word "multiculti" meant.
On one track, the official myth of multiculti; on the other, the competing and incompatible official myth of the two official languages, now completely outmoded in critical/political discourse west of the Rainy River.
It has become natural for a whole generation of young Germans--known as "Generation M" or "multiculti"--that their national soccer team comes from a diverse range of backgrounds.
265 (1978), Ford notes that black nationalism's "goal of social, economic and cultural autonomy was reduced in its multiculti knockoff to ethnic theme houses and an empty and defensive celebration of isolated and impoverished ghettos under the rubric of 'community.'" FORD, supra note 4, at 43 (2005).
The book, which is as multiculti as it gets ( which is not surprising, for O'Neill is a US citizen of Irish and Turkish descent, and grew up in Denmark), has also piqued interest in cricket in the US.
(1.) Maegan Carberry, "Multiculti Chic: Mixed-race Faces May Be In, But Life in the Middle Is Not Always Easy," Chicago Tribune, February i6, 2005.
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