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en·cy·clo·pe·dic

 (ĕn-sī′klə-pē′dĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of an encyclopedia.
2. Embracing many subjects; comprehensive: "an ignorance almost as encyclopedic as his erudition" (William James).

en·cy′clo·pe′di·cal·ly adv.

encyclopedic

(ɛnˌsaɪkləʊˈpiːdɪk) or

encyclopaedic

adj
1. (Library Science & Bibliography) of, characteristic of, or relating to an encyclopedia
2. covering a wide range of knowledge; comprehensive
enˌcycloˈpedically, enˌcycloˈpaedically adv

en•cy•clo•pe•dic

or en•cy•clo•pae•dic

(ɛnˌsaɪ kləˈpi dɪk)

adj.
1. pertaining to or of the nature of an encyclopedia; relating to all branches of knowledge.
2. embracing a wide variety of information; comprehensive.
[1815–25]
en•cy`clo•pe′di•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.encyclopedic - broad in scope or content; "encyclopedic knowledge"
comprehensive - including all or everything; "comprehensive coverage"; "a comprehensive history of the revolution"; "a comprehensive survey"; "a comprehensive education"

encyclopedic

adjective comprehensive, full, complete, vast, universal, wide-ranging, thorough, in-depth, exhaustive, all-inclusive, all-embracing, all-encompassing, thoroughgoing He has an encyclopedic knowledge of 80s popular music.
Translations
مَوْسوعي
encyklopedický
enciklopedijski
enciklopédikus
encyklopedisk

encyclopedic

[ɪnˌsaɪkləˈpiːdɪk] encyclopaedic (British) adj (= comprehensive) [knowledge] → encyclopédique

encyclop(a)edic

encyclopedic

encyclopaedic [ɪnˌsaɪkləʊˈpiːdɪk] adjenciclopedico/a

encyclop(a)edia

(insaikləˈpiːdiə) noun
a reference work containing information on every branch of knowledge, or on one particular branch. an encyclopaedia of jazz; If you do not know the capital city of Hungary, look it up in an encyclopaedia.
enˌcycloˈp(a)edic adjective
References in periodicals archive ?
The substantive and architectural focus on automobile technology out of the canon of encyclopaedically organised subjects and departments marks a conceptional shift in the Museum's exhibition policy.
Harrison's 1902 edition as his main Poe text of reference, we may conclude that when composing his book he was, ironically, unaware of Mabbott's encyclopaedically annotated edition of Poe's tales, which, published ten years before, had, for the texts included in it, definitively superseded Harrison.
1978), Solar Captor, Scientifically and Encyclopaedically Editor, Bucharest