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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

of, pertaining to, or combining two cultures; of or pertaining to biculturalism

Usage examples (36)
  • Very soon Pinkie began to lead what can only be called a bicultural life.
  • Eventually, we hope, managers can become "bicultural" and feel comfortable in any cultural setting.
  • MB: There was a lot of pride in my family about our roots and this kind of bicultural bi-national life we led.
  • Everything he had said was music to my bicultural ear. for more
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