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What is the difference between multiculturally and multiculturalism?

multiculturally | multiculturalism | Related terms |

Multiculturally is a related term of multiculturalism.


As a adverb multiculturally

is in a multicultural manner.

As a noun multiculturalism is

the characteristics of a society, city etc which has many different ethnic or national cultures mingling freely; political or social policies which support or encourage such coexistence {{defdate|from 20th c}}.

What is the difference between septembrizer and september?

septembrizer | september | Related terms |

Septembrizer is a related term of september.

What is the difference between septembriser and september?

septembriser | september | Related terms |

Septembriser is a related term of september.

What is the difference between septembrize and september?

septembrize | september | Related terms |

Septembrize is a related term of september.


As a verb septembrize

is to motivate the common people to overthrow a ruling class by force, and to execute its leaders.

As a noun september is

september (the ninth month of the gregorian calendar), abbreviated [[sept]].

What is the difference between septembrise and september?

septembrise | september | Related terms |

Septembrise is a related term of september.


As a verb septembrise

is (septembrize).

As a noun september is

september (the ninth month of the gregorian calendar), abbreviated [[sept]].

What is the difference between septembral and september?

septembral | september | Related terms |

Septembral is a related term of september.


As a adjective septembral

is characteristic of september.

As a noun september is

september (the ninth month of the gregorian calendar), abbreviated [[sept]].

What is the difference between augustinian and august?

augustinian | august | Related terms |

Augustinian is a related term of august.

What is the difference between augustine and august?

augustine | august | Related terms |

Augustine is a related term of august.

What is the difference between stanmarch and march?

stanmarch | march | Related terms |

Stanmarch is a related term of march.

What is the difference between marquis and march?

marquis | march | Related terms |

Marquis is a related term of march.


As nouns the difference between marquis and march

is that marquis is a nobleman in england, france, and germany, of a rank next below that of duke, but above a count originally, the marquis was an officer whose duty was to guard the marches or frontiers of the kingdom the office has ceased, and the name is now a mere title conferred by patent while march is a formal, rhythmic way of walking, used especially by soldiers, bands and in ceremonies or march can be {{context|now|_|archaic|historical|lang=en}} a border region, especially one originally set up to defend a boundary.

As a verb march is

to walk with long, regular strides, as a soldier does or march can be {{context|intransitive|lang=en}} to have common borders or frontiers.

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