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British pronunciation/pəvˈe‍ɪsɪv/
American pronunciation/pɝˈveɪsɪv/
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spreading or existing throughout something, and usually unpleasant

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The pervasive smell of smoke filled the air after the forest fire.
Social media's pervasive influence on modern culture is undeniable.
The pervasive use of plastic has led to environmental concerns about pollution and waste.
Insects are a pervasive presence in tropical rainforests, occupying every niche of the ecosystem.
Misinformation is pervasive on the internet, making it challenging to discern fact from fiction.
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