A person who has many different talents in all kinds of fields and subject areas is an example of someone who would be described as multifaceted.
(comparative more multifaceted, superlative most multifaceted)
From multi- +"Ž facet +"Ž -ed.
- While that is definitely an important part of a woman's wardrobe, there's room for all of us to be as multifaceted as we please.
- San Francisco takes pride in its multifaceted transit system, and you can even purchase gifts online to celebrate its functionality and excellent upkeep.
- Discipline, properly practiced, uses a multifaceted approach, including models, rewards, and punishments that teach and reinforce desired behavior.
- Google Analytics is a multifaceted search analytics tool that generates reports based on criteria that you specify.
- The multifaceted talent's penchant for over-the-top, often scandalous clothing left little to the imagination - one need only glance at a few performance photographs or music videos from that era to understand.