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acultural

[ ey-kuhl-cher-uhl ]
/ ˌeɪˈkʌl tʃər əl /
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adjective
not determined by or related to any particular culture, and therefore often implying something that is unbiased, universal, natural, or purely rational; not cultural: For school districts that no longer consider math education to be acultural, culturally diverse settings for word problems are the norm.
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Origin of acultural

First recorded in 1935–40; a-6 + cultural
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