- ♦ cultural /ˈkʌltʃərəl/
a.1 culturale: cultural identity, identità culturale; cultural environment, ambiente culturale; cultural events, avvenimenti culturali2 (agric., biol.) colturale ottenuto per mezzo di coltura (o coltivazione)● cultural anthropology, antropologia culturale □ cultural attaché, addetto culturale (di ambasciata) □ cultural desert, deserto culturale □ cultural diversity, multiculturalismo □ (stor.) the Cultural Revolution, la Rivoluzione culturale (in Cina, nel 1966)culturally avv.
English-Italian dictionary. 2013.
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