Encompass Meaning & Definition

Encompass   Meaning & Definition– পরিবেষ্টন করা, প্রদক্ষিণ করা, বেষ্টন করা, ঘেরাত্ত করা, বেষ্টন করা

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Encompass   Meaning & Definition: পরিবেষ্টন করা, প্রদক্ষিণ করা, বেষ্টন করা, ঘেরাত্ত করা, বেষ্টন করা

Definition:

  1. surround and have or hold within.
  2. cause to take place..

Encompass   Synonyms:

Surround, enclose, ring ,encircle ,circumscribe, skirt, bound, border, fringe, close in ,shut in ,fence in, wall in ,hedge in ,hem in ,confine, gird ,girdle, engird ,compass, environ.

Antonyms:

strip, release, let go, unloose, omit, free, exclude.

Encompass   in a Sentence:

  1. They built a moat to encompass the castle.
  2. The course will encompass physics, chemistry and biology.
  3. The festival is to encompass everything from music, theatre and ballet to literature, cinema and the visual arts.
  4. Her hauntingly beautiful face seemed to perfectly encompass the vulnerability of adolescence.
  5. The solutions encompass a wide range of options to suit all tastes and pockets
  6.  It also seems to be so wide in scope that it could encompass almost anything.
  7.  Peter had no vocabulary in his head with which to encompass the scope of his loathing for that man.
  8.  Its view of itself as strictly an object database engine provider has changed to encompass solutions(sentencedict.com), migration and gateways.
  9.  In addition, the Institute’s own regulatory processes were extended to encompass new responsibilities in audit review.
  10.  Teams may be outside or cross the conventional boundaries of the business and encompass business partners, suppliers or customers.
  11.  The predictions are that this will go further to encompass accident and emergency, maternity and even psychiatry.