Definition of pervasion in English:

pervasion

noun

  • See pervade

    • ‘He just said: ‘In this virtual world, the pervasion of indecent information is inevitable.’’
    • ‘People have begun to realize that the pervasion of law into every layer of life calls for a specialized and ethical legal profession.’
    • ‘It also goes to show Russia in a light other than the stock images of communism, deprivation and Mafia pervasion.’
    • ‘In addition, the inclusion of prosthetic groups and the pervasion of ion channels and solute transporters with water-filled pores could result in deviations in molecular packing.’

Pronunciation

pervasion

/pərˈvāZH(ə)n//pərˈveɪʒ(ə)n/