Multidisciplinary meaning

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The definition of multidisciplinary is something that combines several fields of study or academic interests.

An example of a multidisciplinary course of study is when you study math, science, English and history.

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Of or combining the disciplines of many or several different branches of learning or research.
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Relating to multiple areas of study.
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Of, relating to, or making use of several disciplines at once.

A multidisciplinary approach to teaching.

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Origin of multidisciplinary