[muhl-tee-fas-i-tid, muhl-tahy-] /ˌmʌl tiˈfæs ɪ tɪd, ˌmʌl taɪ-/
having many facets, as a gem.
having many aspects or phases:
a multifaceted problem.
(of a gem) having many facets
having many aspects, abilities, etc
also multi-faceted, 1870, from multi- + faceted (see facet).
[feyst] /feɪst/ adjective 1. having a specified kind of or number of (usually used in combination): a sweet-faced child; the two-faced god. adjective shit-faced (1960s+) Related Terms poker-faced, red-faced
- Multi-part key
- Multi-part stationery
noun 1. (computing) continuous stationery comprising two or more sheets, either carbonless or with carbon paper between the sheets
An extension of Pascal-S with multiprocessing features. Used in “The Art of Parallel Programming”, Bruce P. Lester, P-H 1993.