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envelop

Saltos de línea: en|velop
Pronunciación: /ɪnˈvɛləp
 
, ɛn-/

Definición de envelop en inglés:

verbo (envelops, enveloping, enveloped)

[with object]
Wrap up, cover, or surround completely: a figure enveloped in a black cloak figurative a feeling of despair enveloped him
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She turned the knob and was enveloped in a shroud of fetid air as the door swung open.
  • Anyway my point is it's what's in the mind that counts, and I genuinely believe the essence of the real person is enveloped in their mind and personality and not their physical capability.
  • My eyes snap open, yet I'm still enveloped in darkness.
Sinónimos

Origen

late Middle English (formerly also as invelop(e)): from Old French envoluper, from en- 'in' + a second element (also found in develop) of unknown origin.

Uso

Envelop is a verb, stressed on the second syllable and meaningwrap completely’. The noun meaningpaper container for a letter’ is envelope, stressed on the first syllable.

Derivados

envelopment

1
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • So there is an envelopment of law around the exercise of these tribunals.
  • The manual, returning to key concepts from late - 19 th-century German military thought, promoted the superiority of the offensive and underscored the advantages of envelopments, particularly when combined with frontal assaults.
  • At another point, he notes that he has been treating the ‘interplay of the ethical and the aesthetic as a series of envelopments and overlappings whereby now the one field, now the other achieves dominance’.

Palabras que riman con envelop

develop

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