Definitions for multilateralˌmʌl tɪˈlæt ər əl
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word multilateral
having many parts or sides
Having many sides or points of view.
Involving more than one party (often used in politics to refer to negotiations, talks, or proceedings involving several nations).
having many sides; many-sided
Origin: [Multi- + lateral.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
You are seeing in exercises ... a shift from strictly bilateral engagement to multilateral, which is why you see the Japanese here today.
They focused on their shared pursuit of options to achieve ?a political transition and discussed the potential for future multilateral meetings on the topic.
We will work with our international partners to sideline those who stand in the way of peace, drawing upon the full range of our multilateral and bilateral tools.
If we walk away, we walk away alone. Our partners are not going to be with us. Instead they'll walk away from the tough multilateral sanctions that brought Iran to the negotiating table in the first place.
We will have to talk, we will not go to war because we cannot afford it, if I cannot get to talk with them because they would not sit down for a multilateral talks, then I would consider just talking to them.
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