Pervasive



[per-vey-siv] /pərˈveɪ sɪv/

adjective
1.
spread throughout:
The corruption is so pervasive that it is accepted as the way to do business.
/pɜːˈveɪsɪv/
adjective
1.
pervading or tending to pervade
adj.

1750, from Latin pervas-, past participle stem of pervadere (see pervade) + -ive.

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    [per-vey-siv] /pərˈveɪ sɪv/ adjective 1. spread throughout: The corruption is so pervasive that it is accepted as the way to do business. /pɜːˈveɪsɪv/ adjective 1. pervading or tending to pervade adj. 1750, from Latin pervas-, past participle stem of pervadere (see pervade) + -ive.



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    [per-vey-siv] /pərˈveɪ sɪv/ adjective 1. spread throughout: The corruption is so pervasive that it is accepted as the way to do business. /pɜːˈveɪsɪv/ adjective 1. pervading or tending to pervade adj. 1750, from Latin pervas-, past participle stem of pervadere (see pervade) + -ive.

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