English translation of व्यापक
व्यापकPowered by COBUILD /vyapaka/
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1. blanket adjective
You use blanket to describe something which affects or refers to every person or thing in a group. ⇒ Christian people cannot give this action blanket support.
2. comprehensive adjective
Something that is comprehensive includes everything necessary or relevant. ⇒ ...a comprehensive guide to the region.
3. diffuse adjective /dɪˈfjuːs डिˈफ़्यूस्/
Something that is diffuse is spread over a large area rather than concentrated in one place. [formal] ⇒ Our search has been too diffuse.
4. extensive adjective
If something is extensive, it is very great. ⇒ The fire caused extensive damage.
5. general adjective before noun
You use general to describe something that involves or affects most people, or most people in a group. ⇒ ...general awareness of the problem.
6. large-scale adjective before noun
A large-scale map or diagram represents a small area of land or a building or machine in a way that shows small details of it.
7. large-scale adjective before noun
A large-scale action or event happens over a wide area or involves a lot of people or things. ⇒ ...a large-scale military operation.
8. mass adjective before noun
Mass is used to describe something which involves or affects a very large number of people. ⇒ The singer doesn't have mass appeal.
9. pervasive adjective
Something that is pervasive is present or felt throughout a place or thing. [formal] ⇒ This shows how pervasive the internet is.
10. prevalent adjective
A condition or belief that is prevalent is very common. ⇒ I think this attitude is prevalent now.
11. wide adjective
Something that is wide measures a large distance from one side to the other. ⇒ ...long, wide streets. ⇒ The explosion could be heard over a wide area.
12. wide adjective
You use wide to describe something that includes a large number of different things or people. ⇒ ...a wide choice of hotels. ⇒ ...a wide range of topics.
13. wide adjective before noun
Wider is used to describe something relating to the most important or general parts of a situation rather than the details. ⇒ He was concerned about the wider issue of safety.
14. wide-ranging adjective
If something is wide-ranging, it affects or deals with a great variety of different things. ⇒ The team of investigators has wide-ranging powers.
15. widespread adjective
Something that is widespread exists or happens over a large area or to a very great extent. ⇒ Food shortages are widespread.
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