multidisciplinary

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multidisciplinary

[muhl-tee-dis-uh-pluh-ner-ee, muhl-tahy-]
adjective
composed of or combining several usually separate branches of learning or fields of expertise: a multidisciplinary study of the 18th century.
Also, multidisciplined.


Origin:
1945–50; multi- + disciplinary

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multidisciplinary (ˌmʌltɪˈdɪsɪˌplɪnərɪ)
 
adj
of or relating to the study of one topic, involving several subject disciplines

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multidisciplinary
1949, from multi- + disciplinary.
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Example sentences
Each season, a different artistic director will create a single
  multidisciplinary evening-length piece.
The first step to winning the future: encouraging flexible, integrative,
  multidisciplinary thinking.
The multidisciplinary team hoped to use its findings to produce scientific
  articles, a book, and a traveling exhibit.
Instead, he supports a humanistic, multidisciplinary model of management
  education.
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