OTHER WORDS FROM multipolarmul·ti·po·lar·i·ty [muhl-tee-poh-lar-i-tee, -puh-, muhl-tahy-], /ˌmʌl ti poʊˈlær ɪ ti, -pə-, ˌmʌl taɪ-/, noun
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Above all, it was an attempt to assert Russia’s place as an independent actor in an increasingly multipolar world in which, in Putin’s view, the United States was destined to lose its role as the dominant power.The Miscalculations and Missed Opportunities that Led Putin to War in Ukraine|Philip Short|August 3, 2022|Time
I just don’t — in a multipolar world, I don’t see Russia being one of the poles, at least not on its current path.Former Ambassador Daniel Baer explains it all on Ukraine crisis|Chris Johnson|February 23, 2022|Washington Blade
The maps reveal the multipolar character of our international relations and expose the global reach of certain countries.These Maps Reveal the Profound Progress and Peril of Modern Civilization|Robert Muggah|December 8, 2021|Singularity Hub
A multipolar world with new, diverse sources of ideas, innovation, regulation, and geopolitical influence may not be such a bad thing at all.Covid-19 and the geopolitics of American decline|Katie McLean|August 19, 2020|MIT Technology Review
We must recognize the challenges that the new multipolar world poses.Goodbye, Blue: A Post-Obama Democratic Doctrine|Doug Schoen, Jessica Tarlov|November 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Machines having more than two poles in each part are called multipolar machines.
The cells seem multipolar in most cases and in fact much more modified than the cells of starfish or sea-urchin.
The large granule cells are multipolar cells, many of the branchings penetrating well into the molecular layer.
A multipolar nerve corpuscle—very shrivelled, but unmistakable.John Thorndyke's Cases|R. Austin Freeman
In Aeginopsis a planula is formed by multipolar immigration.