Interdisciplinary meaning

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Involving, or joining, two or more disciplines, or branches of learning.

The interdisciplinary approach of the psychohistorian.

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Of or pertaining to multiple distinct academic disciplines or fields of study.

This journal is interdisciplinary: it has articles on everything from biology to electrical engineering.

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Of something linking multiple distinct academic disciplines or fields of study together.

The interdisciplinary co-operation at this university is very impressive.

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The definition of interdisciplinary is something that involves two areas of learning.

An example of interdisciplinary is a class studying the New Testament from both the literary and historical points of view.

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Of, relating to, or involving two or more academic disciplines that are usually considered distinct.
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