Cross-cultural (adjective)

  1. Relating to or involving two or more cultures.
  2. Relating to the interaction and comparison of cultures.


Formed from the combining of two words 'cross' meaning 'intersecting' and 'cultural' meaning 'relating to culture'.


  1. The study of cross-cultural communication is becoming increasingly important in today's globalized world.
  2. The cross-cultural exchange program allows students to learn about different cultures while they study abroad.
  3. The cross-cultural approach of the anthropologist helped her understand the beliefs and practices of the indigenous tribe.
  4. The museum's cross-cultural exhibition showcases the diversity of art and traditions from around the world.
  5. The cross-cultural fusion cuisine combines elements from different culinary traditions to create unique dishes.
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