Translation of encompass in Spanish:


abarcar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈkəmpəs/ /ɛnˈkəmpəs/ /ɪnˈkʌmpəs/ /ɛnˈkʌmpəs/

See Spanish definition of abarcar

transitive verb

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    • 1.1 formal (include)

      • Surrounding me, encompassing my being as a whole, was a whirlwind of earth and wind, fire and water, increasing in intensity and speed.
      • A cacophony of pounding engines, honking of horns, screeching of brakes and Spanish profanity encompasses me, surround-sound style.
      • They had chosen to walk within the forest encompassing much of the land beyond the Estate.
      • Furthermore the constructed peptide is completely encompassed within the cutoff radius.
      • Every dog's life is encompassed within that of their owner.
      • In the novelties of our hourly existing, it is easy enough to recognize how much we have encompassed ourselves within technology.
      • The image encompassed him, surrounding him in the gruesome pictures of war.
      • Our surroundings encompassed us so completely, it was as if we were in this world all on our own.
      • He decided that the portal would encompass the entire bed including the carved ivory bench at the foot of the bed.
      • He it was whom the sorrows of death encompassed…
      • Once upon a time, the door had been inscribed with several lovely characters and a beautiful floral design encompassed the doorway.
      • The snares of death encompassed me; I suffered distress and anguish.
      • In principle, then, cultural studies includes and encompasses literary studies, examining literature as a particular cultural practice.
      • The questionnaire was produced especially for this study, and it encompassed aspects and problems of nursing documentation revealed by the literature review.
      • This policy must encompass all aspects of waste management, including waste minimisation, recycling, re-usage and waste disposal.
      • It is a comprehensive document encompassing the increasing breadth of activities associated with our industry.
      • The book is a comprehensive, detailed text that encompasses all aspects of head and neck pathology.
      • Telemedicine is an umbrella term that encompasses any medical activity involving an element of distance.
      • There is a lack of studies encompassing whole genomes.
      • Such research, at times, also encompasses what might otherwise be called " business history".
      • Is it because no simple phrase can fully encompass all that happened, all that changed?
      • Our awards also encompass professional areas of life.
      • We are entering the Basque region which encompasses a small area of both Northern Spain and Southern France.
      • The United States has 540 wildlife refuges encompassing nearly 100 million acres.
      • In this context, the term radiation encompasses a wide range of light sources.
      • Learning environments, therefore, must remain interesting and encompass a variety of teaching strategies.
      • First, only 29 families of frogs, encompassing approximately 4,800 species, were known till then.
      • Our definition encompasses both individual behaviors and institutional practices.
      • It operates as a full function timber frame business encompassing sales, design, manufacture and erection.
      • A well-designed room is a unified whole that encompasses all the other elements and principles of design.
      • Meditation encompasses breathing and relaxation techniques that are designed to help you relax and feel at peace.
      • That new design approach encompasses high performance and synchronization.

    • 1.2 literary (surround)

      • But, foolish though I undoubtedly am, I encompass only my own destruction.

  • 2 literary

    (bring about)
    ocasionar formal