Multinational definition

mŭltē-năshə-nəl, -năshnəl, -tī-
The definition of multinational is consisting of many nations.

An example of something multinational is the United Nations.

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Multinational is defined as a business that has operations in several countries.

An example of a multinational is a business with offices in Germany, Italy and Ireland.

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Of or involving a number of nations.
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Comprising persons of various nationalities.
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Of, or involving more than two countries.
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(of a business organization) Operating, or having subsidiary companies in multiple countries (especially more than two)
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A multinational company.
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Having operations, subsidiaries, or investments in more than two countries.

A multinational corporation.

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Of or involving more than two countries.

A multinational research project.

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A company or corporation operating in more than two countries.
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Designating a corporation with branches in a number of countries.
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A multinational corporation.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
multinational
Plural:
multinationals

Origin of multinational