Definition of polypragmatic in English:

polypragmatic

adjective

  • Busy or concerned with many affairs; (formerly) specifically overly concerned with the affairs of others, interfering, officious.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in James VI & I (1566–1625), king of Scotland, England, and Ireland. From Hellenistic Greek πολυπράγματος busy about many things, meddlesome, officious (from ancient Greek πολυ- + πραγματ-, πρᾶγμα thing done) + -ic.

Pronunciation

polypragmatic

/ˌpɒlɪpraɡˈmatɪk/