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multilingual

(mŭl″tē-ling′gwăl, tī-) [ multi- + lingual]
1. Capable of speaking, reading, and/or understanding more than one language.
2. Communicated in more than one language.
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The experts will develop a plan to conduct research into the provision of multilingual education in the region, including analysing the current situation and assessing the impact of the initiatives already in operation.
The second panel, at 10:15am, will present examples of how state and local jurisdictions have implemented multilingual alerting and offer best practices for other jurisdictions.
UNESCO (2003) Recommendations: The idea of multilingual is to be changed from past to present.
The high-resolution brain scans were taken of almost 50 multilingual patients and almost 50 monolingual patients.
There is no shortage of technologies and strategies that can be employed for a successful multilingual content strategy.
The Mark Zuckerberg- led company disclosed that a user test has already started and anyone in the test group can enable the multilingual composer by going to the Language section of their Account Settings.
Summary: According to a study conducted at the University of Chicago last year, multilingual children enjoy more cognitive benefits than monolingual children, especially in terms of problem solving and other mentally demanding activities.
15 -- Snapdeal has unveiled a multilingual interface for its website.
The unplanned, unrehearsed nature of writing center interactions raises obvious questions: How should talk with multilingual students proceed?
Voicebox specialises in multilingual voiceovers, dubbing and subtitling, providing services for feature films and TV series produced in places like Hollywood, Bollywood, and Asia as well as multilingual script adaptations from its Swansea base.
Global Banking News-March 23, 2015--Public Bank launches multilingual banking app
If I were asked to write a cover blurb for Multilingual Writers and Writing Centers, it would begin this way: "This is the book I wish I had written, but Ben Rafoth beat me to it, and he's done a far better job than I ever could have!" Putting envy aside, I argue that Rafoth has succeeded in writing an accessible volume on a difficult topic and perfectly timed its publication.

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