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all-pervading also: all-pervasive Pronunciation: /ˌɔːlpərˈveɪsɪv/, /ˌɔːlpəˈveɪsɪv/
Pronunciation: /ˈɔl pərˈˌveɪdɪŋ/

Translation of all-pervading in Spanish:

adjective

  • que todo lo invade
    Example sentences
    • His numerous prints betray the all-pervading influence of Durer.
    • What at first was no more than a dim anticipation of approaching catastrophes developed, after 1914, into an all-pervading obsession.
    • The sun was the all-pervading force in the affairs of primitive man and the most visible form of cosmic creative energy.

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