Etymology
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multifaceted (adj.)

also multi-faceted, "involving or having many facets," 1870, from multi- "many" + faceted (see facet).

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multicolored (adj.)

also multi-colored, multi-coloured, "having many or various colors," 1819, from multi- "many" + colored. Late Latin had multicolorus "many-colored."

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biracial (adj.)
also bi-racial, 1904; see bi- "two" + racial. Related: Biracially.
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multidimensional (adj.)

also multi-dimensional, 1884, in mathematics, "of more than three dimensions," from multi- "many" + dimension + -al (1). Related: Multidimensionality.

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multiprocessor (n.)

also multi-processor, "computer system with more than one processor," 1961, from multi- "many" + processor.

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multilevel (adj.)

also multi-level, "having or involving several levels," 1952, from multi- "many" + level (n.).

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multipurpose (adj.)

also multi-purpose, "serving or intended to serve more than one purpose," 1906, from multi- "many" + purpose (n.).

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multifactorial (adj.)

also multi-factorial, "involving or dependent on a number of factors," 1920, from multi- "many" + factor (n.) + -ial.

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multipolar (adj.)

also multi-polar, "having many poles," 1846, from multi- "many" + pole (n.1) + -ar. Related: Multipolarity.

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multimodal (adj.)

also multi-modal, "having several modes," 1899, from multi- + mode (n.1) + -al. Related: Multimodality.

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