Definition of multiculturally in US English:

multiculturally

adverb

  • See multicultural

    • ‘Society - and for that matter psychology - has a long way to go before it's multiculturally competent, they emphasized.’
    • ‘Apparently, Canada succeeded where the U.S. had failed in assembling multiculturally diverse, heterogeneous groups of people.’
    • ‘In recent decades, marital and family therapy training programs have increasingly recognized the importance of preparing practitioners to become multiculturally competent.’
    • ‘We also provide frequent and genuine opportunities for students to practice being multiculturally reflective and critically conscious.’
    • ‘She explains that for students to be validated, the classroom must be democratic and multiculturally inclusive.’