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encyclopedic

Saltos de línea: en|cyclo|pe¦dic
Pronunciación: /ɛnˌsʌɪklə(ʊ)ˈpiːdɪk
 
, ɪn-/
(also encyclopaedic)

Definición de encyclopedic en inglés:

adjetivo

1Comprehensive in terms of information: he has an almost encyclopedic knowledge of food
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He had a real passion for his beloved native city and a completely encyclopaedic knowledge of its highways, byways and history.
  • But unfortunately much of that information, that encyclopaedic knowledge of their environment is being lost.
  • Hosts are sweet and helpful; every single server I encountered had an encyclopedic knowledge about the food at hand.
Sinónimos
2Relating to encyclopedias or information suitable for an encyclopedia: a dictionary with encyclopedic material
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There is, inevitably, an interpretation in these encyclopedic materials, but it is not offered in a way that prevents readers from using the data to argue for alternative readings.
  • The programmer will need to enter, laboriously, for each word in the system's lexicon, the different senses and the associated encyclopaedic knowledge.
  • Like the intellectual adventurers of the enlightenment, they foresee that an encyclopedic compendium of the facts of nature will reveal hidden truths.

Words that rhyme with encyclopedic

comedic, cyclopedic, medick, orthopaedic (US orthopedic)

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