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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcross-culturalˌcross-ˈcultural adjective [only before noun]  SARbelonging to or involving two or more different societies, countries, or culturesmulticultural cross-cultural exchanges
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cross-culturalTo capitalize on the cross-cultural appeal of chile peppers, the bottle is labeled in five languages.Leaving the peasants in the dark From multi-sectoral operational components to the cross-cultural implementation of paradigm shifts.He also wanted a cross-cultural team of artists.Awareness of how language shapes such conceptions is helpful, especially for members of cross-cultural teams.This raises the issue whether cross-cultural training can be effective without language training.We're seen as cross-cultural with a product range with international ingredients.In our cross-cultural world the language wires get crossed ever more frequently.
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