Translation of pervasive in Spanish:

pervasive

penetrante, adj.

Pronunciation: /pərˈveɪsɪv//pəˈveɪsɪv/

adjective

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    (smell) penetrante
    (smell) que todo lo invade
    (mood/idea) dominante
    the pervasive influence of Western culture la influencia omnipresente de la cultura occidental
    • It is crucial for governments and corporations to face the fact that this feeling is quite pervasive.
    • One of the things that concerns me about the tone of the site is the kind of pervasive pessimism it contains.
    • In this way they are constant and pervasive, endemic to the human condition.
    • The answer depends on how broad and pervasive you like your conspiracies to be.
    • Nevertheless, their influence is pervasive within the history of science.
    • Knowledge networks have become pervasive because they can be simple to implement.
    • It has become so pervasive that it influences how people write for the Web.
    • He exercised a pervasive influence on European drama by challenging the conventions of naturalism.
    • Cultures influence and pressure one another all the time, in pervasive and subtle ways.
    • This phenomenon is not just limited to a few companies, but is widespread and pervasive.
    • The joys of return and reunion with the homeland thus intermingle with a pervasive and insurmountable feeling of loss.
    • Modern day society is replete with situations that make chronic stress highly pervasive.
    • But it's the pervasive humour that wins through, thanks to a nicely crafted script.
    • Crime is now more organised, more professional, more ruthless and more pervasive.
    • Kinship is one of the more important, pervasive and complex systems of culture.
    • In contrast, peace is a fundamental aspect of the faith and is a very pervasive element in Islam.
    • Yet at the end of this period, as at the beginning, the influence of lordship in society was pervasive.
    • The code of gentility was far more pervasive and important than the influence of the group of self-styled gentry.
    • Are they preparing for class or are they simply unknowing subscribers of this pervasive myth?
    • They include globalisation, the spread of the Internet and the pervasive power of money.