Traducción de comprehensive en Español:


exhaustivo, adj.

Pronunciación /kɒmprɪˈhɛnsɪv//ˌkɑmprəˈhɛnsɪv/


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    (report/survey) exhaustivo
    (survey/report) global
    (view) integral
    (view) de conjunto
    (view) global
    (list/range) completo
    (victory/defeat) absoluto
    (cover/insurance) contra todo riesgo
    he has a comprehensive knowledge of computing tiene muy amplios conocimientos de informática
    • Though a large volume of literature is available on the issues discussed in the book it is a comprehensive treatise on related aspects of food and nutrition and the editors have taken pain to deal with every aspect.
    • That was one element within a comprehensive report.
    • Three minutes after Hartson made it three, Petrov made it four and what was looking like a comprehensive victory started heading inexorably towards a humiliation.
    • Although debate on the measure was fairly abbreviated, the resulting measure was comprehensive in both its scope and design.
    • Motorists with fully comprehensive insurance mistakenly think they have insurance for the contents of their car along with the car itself.
    • After their comprehensive defeat at Scarborough last Saturday, York will be looking to get their Oxbridge ECB Yorkshire Premier League programme back on the rails this weekend.
    • Currently the only possible source for a comprehensive list of travellers, as we've already established, lies in the carriers' passenger lists.
    • The good news for motorists with fully comprehensive insurance is that they are covered if their car has water damage.
    • From a comprehensive list of nearly 1,600 daily newspapers, 500 newspapers were selected using standard interval sampling.
    • He agreed only after ensuring that he was covered under the defendant's comprehensive car insurance policy.
    • The Senate Inquiry into mandatory sentencing was broad-ranging, thorough and comprehensive in terms of scope and evidence.
    • Because it is comprehensive in scope and specific in detail, it can eliminate the ambiguities that exist in most partnerships.
    • The volume does not cover all issues in detail and it was not intended to be comprehensive in scope.
    • The training videos contain comprehensive information on all aspects of good environmental practice at farm level, presented in an interesting and stimulating manner.
    • The authors make no claims for completeness, indeed are transparent about the gaps, yet this book is impressively comprehensive in scale, scope and analytical range.
    • The documentary shows its age, but it provides a fairly comprehensive overview of the legendary director.
    • But Cameron could not argue that Thursday's decisive victory was comprehensive, because his forward march appears to have ground to a halt at the northern boundaries of Middle England.
    • But these are unavoidable aspects of a comprehensive exposition of any subject.
    • However, this was a very comprehensive victory, a complete team performance.
    • Their comprehensive defeat was confounded even further yesterday when they visited Yorkshire Academy in the League Cup quarter-finals.
    • Deputy head teacher Patrick Earnshaw, who witnessed the school's comprehensive victory at Kendal Town Hall on Thursday night, said he was extremely proud of his students.
    • Gloucester were a distant second-best as 12,500 Munster fans roared their side on to a comprehensive victory which gives them an away quarter-final in April.
    • Last October's comprehensive defeats by the Irish at both senior and under-21 levels on their own soil shows Kelly that the opposition has stepped up a gear.
    • The Guardian's more comprehensive survey also came up with far higher job losses than the government admits.
    • Selby Warriors also won their first game in PN division five, albeit by only a single point, and they will be looking for a more comprehensive victory on Saturday as they visit the hapless Panthers.
    • Almost immediately afterwards, the Under-17s cemented victory in their own league with a comprehensive defeat of visitors Sandbach.
    • Both states signed their treaties claiming they were elements of a comprehensive peace.
    • Unbelievable in its comprehensive scope, the vast material supports a view of Africa as the archetypal artistic environment.
    • Even those who have fully comprehensive motor insurance while driving in the UK need to check, as most policies only offer third-party cover on the continent.
    • Their collaborative research is quite comprehensive in its scope.
    • The design phase is comprehensive in scope, tackling everything from content and design to functionality and user interface.
    • It must be comprehensive insurance, because you're driving someone else's car.
    • This is a wide ranging and comprehensive survey of children and the experience of childhood.
    • The Convention is extraordinarily comprehensive in scope.
    • Richmond continued their domination in both league and cup with a comprehensive victory over Dorking in the Surrey Cup quarter-finals.
    • Some cost items will differ for different vehicle types, notably comprehensive insurance, but in the main it is reasonable to use fleet size.
    • A typical comprehensive and collision policy will usually only cover the fair market value for your car.
    • This comprehensive volume of nearly 600 poems, many accompanied by the Spanish original, bursts with evocative images.
    • Its thorough research and comprehensive scope should prove invaluable for anyone seriously interested in the subject.
    • The Oxford Kings' defense struggled through the first five innings of Sunday's game against the Cambridge Monarchs, allowing the Tabs to take eight runs on the way to a comprehensive victory.
    • Naval historians would do well to familiarize themselves with his style of narrative, his comprehensive coverage, and scope of research.
    • This insurance is designed to protect motorists from payout shortfalls that could arise between the original price paid for a car and the comprehensive insurance payout in the case of loss.
    • The cost of comprehensive motor insurance has almost doubled, rising by 86%.
    • Making broad scope, comprehensive documentaries about an event the magnitude of World War II is a tall order, often with less than satisfactory results.
    • Hamed, back for the first time since his comprehensive defeat to Marco Antonio Barrera in Las Vegas, looked sluggish and occasionally even disinterested.
    • More and more colleges and universities are developing comprehensive diversity plans to guide changes in campus policies and procedures.
    • Take a peek at our comprehensive guide to dining out in the city.
    • It called for constituting a committee to conduct a comprehensive review of all aspects of the party's performance and make recommendations for future plan of action.
    • Is it possible to take out one insurance policy, preferably comprehensive, that would cover us all to drive either of the cars?
    • The Guide contains a comprehensive list of businesses and services in the town and contains a very useful street map of Ballinrobe.
    • For example, a 56-year-old driving a 2001 Toyota Avensis received a quote of €735 from Axa for comprehensive insurance.
    • Blue is the colour in North Yorkshire today after the Conservative Party swept to a comprehensive victory in the county council elections.
    • Some sites offer links to others and through such links a reasonably comprehensive list can be obtained.
    • The last thing they need now is this afternoon's game at Leeds, who will be desperate to recover from the disappointment of Wednesday's comprehensive defeat by Real Madrid.
    • Oxford UCCE women's cricket team began this season as they finished the last - with a comprehensive victory over their Cambridge rivals.
    • The result is the first comprehensive analysis of preventable patient deaths linked to infections within 5,810 hospitals nationally.
    • Salford's comprehensive victory laid down a significant marker ahead of the play-offs and will have created considerable doubt in Leigh minds.
    • Yet, inevitably, the comprehensive scope of Ackroyd's book requires that he sometimes sacrifice elaboration for example, depth for breadth.
    • Sir Gawaine's British West Indies collection is part of a wider comprehensive collection of stamps from Great Britain and the British Empire.
    • It combines a comprehensive scope, concisely written entries and the best in current biblical scholarship.
    • He thought that all drivers should be made to have fully comprehensive insurance and that driving jobs should be given to local people.
    • Brookes added the goal to complete a comprehensive victory for Albion.
    • Its Explore Kodiak guide has a comprehensive list of outfitters and free activities.
    • Seeing the problems his students faced, Mr. Silman has created the first comprehensive strategic guide in dictionary form.
    • Cork's attack was toothless that day and, in a game that was stuffy for long enough, Tipperary's eight-point victory was comprehensive.
    • This will include the development of a comprehensive manual for all aspects of driver licencing including that of driving schools and instructors.
    • The entire nightmare could have been avoided had he kept comprehensive documentation of his dealings with the plaintiffs.
    • This presentation is comprehensive in scope but lacks much historical analysis.
    • With his opponent looking tired, Khan took full advantage landing plenty of powerful shots to secure a comprehensive victory.
    • If you happen to own a posh motor, or are particularly accident-prone, then you might consider taking out fully comprehensive insurance.
    • I thought he was fairly comprehensive in his coverage of various issues.
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    (in UK)
    relativo al sistema educativo en el cual no se separa a los educandos según su nivel de aptitud
    • New Zealand has a fully comprehensive education system.
    • She supports comprehensive education and opposes selection.
    • He introduced comprehensive education, women's emancipation legislation, and reforms in higher education.
    • Supporters of the comprehensive system pointed to the figures as evidence that selective education in the state sector was unnecessary.
    • Before the comprehensive state education systems were established, there had been some local control of schools and some local funds raised for them.
    • The expansion of higher education has been on the back of comprehensive education.
    • Historically, comprehensive secondary education in mixed-ability schools was first introduced by Labour.
    • For her, as for much of the Scottish educational establishment, the comprehensive system is sacrosanct.
    • Mike says the play, which criticises the values that prevail in the comprehensive school education system, is ideal for young performers.
    • Is the comprehensive education system to blame for making these teachers' jobs practically impossible?
    • It is important that all schools see themselves, and are seen, as part of a comprehensive system of secondary education.
    • I have fought for comprehensive education all my life, including during the 20 years I have been at Kingsland.
    • Catholic students entered University as never before, and were further aided by the introduction of comprehensive education.
    • We have given long-standing support to comprehensive education and we stand by that.
    • Because of the spread of comprehensive education from the mid-1960s, by 1990 only about 7 per cent of local authorities had retained grammar schools.
    • League tables have led to a systematic attack on comprehensive education.
    • The whole point of a comprehensive education system is to encourage the best and brightest pupils not merely to educate those with rich parents who went to private schools.
    • Northern Ireland still uses the selective grammar school system that was largely replaced by comprehensive education in Britain in the 1970s.
    • I don't believe we'd have the made the progress we have with girls' education without comprehensive education.
    • The comprehensive education system was last night seized upon as a key factor in reducing the chances of Scots born between 1967 and 1976 bettering themselves.