multilaterally multilaterally  /ˌməl tɪ ˈlæ tə rə li/


  • (adv) in a multilateral manner;so as to affect many parties or governments


  1. Though less pedantic in his declarations on the matter, Sarkozy shares Chirac's view that international issues must be addressed multilaterally among equal partners.
  2. We're trying to do it bilaterally and multilaterally and multi-nationally 37 different countries it's a very poor country with a long history of adventure and misadventure.
  3. Washington says the international community has to resolve the crisis multilaterally, and was happy that the IAEA referred the North Korea issue to the Security Council.


  • FACT SHEET: U.S.-EU Counterterrorism Cooperation

    The United States and the European Union are committed to working together to protect our citizens against terrorist attacks.  We work in close cooperation, bilaterally and multilaterally, to safeguard the security of our citizens in keeping with our shared values and to offer assistance to other countries to build their own capacity. Collaboration in the Global Counterterrorism Forum Framework ...
    on March 26, 2014     Source: The White House

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