Translation of pervasive in Spanish:

pervasive

Pronunciation: /pərˈveɪsɪv; pəˈveɪsɪv/

adj

  • [smell] penetrante, que todo lo invade; [idea/mood] dominante the pervasive influence of Western culture la influencia omnipresente de la cultura occidental
    More example sentences
    • He exercised a pervasive influence on European drama by challenging the conventions of naturalism.
    • Nevertheless, their influence is pervasive within the history of science.
    • They include globalisation, the spread of the Internet and the pervasive power of money.

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