- composed of or combining several usually separate branches of learning or fields of expertise: a multidisciplinary study of the 18th century.
Origin of multidisciplinary
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Related Words for multidisciplinaryinterdisciplinary, integrative, multifaceted, versatile, associative, synthesizing, many-sided, ambidextrous, protean, collaborative
- of or relating to the study of one topic, involving several subject disciplines
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