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encyclopedia

noun /insaikləˈpiːdiə/
a reference work containing information on every branch of knowledge, or on one particular branch
enciclopedia
an encyclopaedia of jazz If you do not know the capital city of Hungary, look it up in an encyclopaedia.
encyclopedic adjective ( (also encyclopaedicBritish))
enciclopédico
He has an encyclopedic knowledge of cricket.
Translations of “encyclopedia”
in Korean 백과사전…
in Arabic مَوسوعة…
in Portuguese enciclopédia…
in Catalan enciclopèdia…
in Japanese 百科事典…
in Italian enciclopedia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 百科全書, (某一學科的)百科全書,大全…
in Russian энциклопедия…
in Turkish ansiklopedi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 百科全书, (某一学科的)百科全书,大全…
in Polish encyklopedia…
(Definition of encyclopedia from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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