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intergenerational

(ĭn′tər-jĕn′ə-rā′shə-nəl)
adj.
Being or occurring between generations.

intergenerational

(int″ĕr-jen″ĕ-rā′shŏ-năl)
Pert. to individuals of different generations, e.g., parents and children, or of different cohorts.
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The purpose of this contract is to create an intergenerational play area located at Place Montaigne, at the intersection of rue du Dad and Rue Montaigne in the municipality of La Teste-de-Buch.
Intergenerational transmission of maladaptive parental traits and behaviors
The commission charged each participating agency to evaluate programs, policies, and procedures to ensure effective services delivery and coordination for families experiencing intergenerational poverty.
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The program is one of many intergenerational childcare centers that have been spurting up across the country.
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1 Provide meaningful participation in intergenerational worship
Commissioner, clarified the economic benefit regime's use in intergenerational cases.
The Intergenerational Commission report states that while some of the squeeze is down to millennials entering the job market as the recession hit, it also found generational pay progress had actually stopped before the 2007/08 financial crash.
Keeping in mind the aforementioned benefits of intergenerational activities to put down stereotypes on old age, the present study proposes an articulation of such activities with a speech-language therapeutic work mediated by the discourse practices of the language.