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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmultifacetedmul‧ti‧fa‧cet‧ed /ˌmʌltiˈfæsɪtɪd◂/ adjective  having many parts or sides a multifaceted campaign to reduce teen pregnancy
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multifacetedTheir hopes and joys, successes and failures are all part of this multifaceted book.a multifaceted campaign to control the diseaseDespite the multifaceted character of the displays certain overlaps and complementary motivations are apparent.Each time, the producers used a cast change to give themselves a more multifaceted character.The defense had shut down the multifaceted Detroit offense.The final multifaceted perfection of mimicry has been put together by the summed natural selection provided by many different species of predators.On the other hand, everybody knew it was a rich and multifaceted problem.
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