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multilingually

(ˌmʌltɪˈlɪŋɡwəlɪ)
adv
(Languages) in a multilingual manner
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Developing intentionality and researching multilingually: An ecological and methodological perspective.
Originally conveyed through Morse code, this year's message brought together young people from all over Europe to share the message on social media to the rest of the world, multilingually.
The "Economy" section especially seems to have relied extensively on the translation skills of the Wikipedia community's multilingually proficient volunteers: Only 4 out of 25 of the sources cited here are available in English (References 160, 162, 165, and 167).
Juntos always presents new material in Italian multilingually, i.e., in the company and context of several other Romance languages.
With help of the alugha video uploader, all video material and the respective audio tracks are put together with one click and then are ready to be embedded multilingually. This approach not only saves time, it even saves enormous traffic and storage space helping the internet become quicker and greener.
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