Significado de “comprehensive” - en el Diccionario Inglés

comprehensive en inglés

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comprehensiveadjective

uk /ˌkɒm.prɪˈhen.sɪv/ us /ˌkɑːm.prəˈhen.sɪv/

C1 complete and including everything that is necessary:

We offer you a comprehensive training in all aspects of the business.
Is this list comprehensive or are there some names missing?
He has written a fully comprehensive guide to Rome.

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(Definición de comprehensive del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

comprehensive en inglés americano

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comprehensiveadjective

us /ˌkɑm·prəˈhen·sɪv/

including everything that is necessary; complete:

They put forward comprehensive legislation to revise the rules for financing political campaigns.
comprehensively
adverb /ˌkɑm·prəˈhen·sɪv·li/

(Definición de comprehensive del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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comprehensive

Both institutions gave highly satisfactory answers to the criticisms in my report and we have had prompt and comprehensive replies to our questions and comments.
The first strategic line of action consisting of comprehensive legislation to combat fraud includes legal provisions to prevent, detect and prosecute cases of fraud.
Acquire a more comprehensive circle of advisers.
All these areas are complementary and we will continue to address them in a complementary, comprehensive manner, not allowing one to be played off against the other.
To attain this objective, we must take a comprehensive view in which the ultimate responsibility lies with those who design the roads and the surrounding infrastructure.
The report points out, for example, that comprehensive and high school education has not paid adequate attention to cooperation between pupils, their parents and the organisers of education.
Unfortunately, the wish to anticipate any eventualities and to produce a regulation that is as complete and comprehensive as possible seems to have prevailed.
They must now, in the light of experience, come to another decision, but this time on the basis of frank and comprehensive criteria.
The meeting will consider how a comprehensive approach at national and international level might tackle these three diseases and how we can make a difference.
They must promote a decentralised, efficient and comprehensive partnership based on the skills and commitment of all sectors in regional and local authorities.