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multi- +‎ use


multiuse ‎(not comparable)

  1. (chiefly architecture) Able to accommodate multiple uses
    • 1988 June 3, Paul Botts, “A New Old Ballpark”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
      The new stadium and park would be lined on three sides with multiuse row house buildings containing commercial, office, and loft residential space.
    • 2010, Dr. Mukesh Dhunna, J. B. Dixit, Information Technology in Business Management (page 168)
      A computer is a programmable, multiuse machine that accepts data — raw facts and figures — and processes, or manipulates, it into information we can use []