Adjective "interdisciplinary" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˌɪntədɪsɪˈplɪn(ə)ri//ɪntəˈdɪsɪplɪn(ə)ri/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Relating to more than one branch of knowledge.
  1. 'In the interdisciplinary type of programme the therapists work as a team and consult and monitor each other's work.'
  2. 'We already have a model of a successful international, interdisciplinary approach.'
  3. 'It's supposed to be interdisciplinary, not just dance, dance, dance.'
  4. 'To develop the model, a pilot program was structured via interdisciplinary input.'
  5. 'It will be possible only through interdisciplinary collaboration and depend upon wireless data services to work.'
  6. 'I am left wondering how successful our attempts at interdisciplinary research are actually going.'
  7. 'For me, for a long time, interdisciplinary research was my favorite conception.'
  8. 'He suggested the Society could do more to encourage interdisciplinary research.'
  9. 'His work in the Graduate School focuses on implementing programs that encourage interdisciplinary graduate study.'
  10. 'Funding should focus on interdisciplinary teams and avoid narrowly focused discipline research.'

Definitions

1. combining or involving two or more academic disciplines or fields of study: The economics and history departments are offering an interdisciplinary seminar on Asia.

2. combining or involving two or more professions, technologies, departments, or the like, as in business or industry.

More examples(as adjective)

"approaches can be interdisciplinary."

"studies can be interdisciplinary."

"researchs can be interdisciplinary."

"courses can be interdisciplinary."

"centres can be interdisciplinary."

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