of or relating to culture or cultivation.
- cul·tur·al·ly, adverb
- an·ti·cul·tur·al, adjective
- an·ti·cul·tur·al·ly, adverb
- de-cul·tur·al, adjective
- non·cul·tur·al, adjective
- non·cul·tur·al·ly, adverb
- pre·cul·tur·al, adjective
- pre·cul·tur·al·ly, adverb
- pseu·do·cul·tur·al, adjective
- pseu·do·cul·tur·al·ly, adverb
- trans·cul·tur·al, adjective
- trans·cul·tur·al·ly, adverb
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How to use cultural in a sentence
More fundamentally, the companies see a cultural shift that will last beyond the current pandemic, with people likely to keep working from home more often even when offices re-open, and learning to love fixing stuff around the house.How Lowe’s and Home Depot plan to keep growing even after the COVID home improvement boom | Phil Wahba | November 20, 2020 | Fortune
For more than two decades, Joel Dinerstein, a cultural historian and professor of English at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, has been asking his students who and what they consider cool.
This week on Eater’s Digest, Eater San Francisco’s Luke Tsai discusses why the historic and cultural center of SF’s Japantown is especially at risk.
These radical looks—from the flapper dress to the Afro, Madonna’s cone bra to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dissent collar—defied their time and demonstrated the power of fashion as a political and cultural tool for making change.
More importantly, they’ve talked about a major cultural shift.
In fact, the question, though provocative and culturally important, may not even be new.‘Mozart in the Jungle’: Inside Amazon’s Brave New World of Sex, Drugs, and Classical Music | Kevin Fallon | December 23, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Ditto Virginia, but in reverse; culturally, northern Virginia is Yankee land (but with gun shops).
But Florida is kind of an outlier, because culturally, only the northern half of Florida is Dixie.
Family is an anthropological fact—a socially and culturally related fact.
But surprisingly over the eight years of working on the show I became more in touch on some level with being culturally Muslim.How Aasif Mandvi Became Jon Stewart’s Favorite Jihadi | Dean Obeidallah | November 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
In comparison with these even such culturally important languages as Hebrew and French sink into a secondary position.Language | Edward Sapir
Surface collections from more or less culturally isolated sites were also of value in determining cultural associations.Handbook of Alabama Archaeology: Part I Point Types | James W. Cambron
Home libraries in the country rarely contain books of value, either culturally or for practical purposes.Society | Henry Kalloch Rowe
Culturally the eleventh century was the most active period China had so far experienced, apart from the fourth century B.C.A history of China., [3d ed. rev. and enl.] | Wolfram Eberhard
That the Chinese will survive culturally is more open to question.Government in Republican China | Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
British Dictionary definitions for cultural
of or relating to artistic or social pursuits or events considered to be valuable or enlightened
of or relating to a culture or civilization
(of certain varieties of plant) obtained by specialized breeding
- culturally, adverb
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