Encompass in a sentence as a verb

Since then, it has come to encompass different goals: zero administration, zero cost, zero waste.

Perhaps the explanation for that will also encompass the British unions and Margaret Thatcher?

* As the web gets faster and gains more capabilities, it will encompass everything apps currently consider their domain.

But slowly things happen to expand the scope of that choice until eventually it's so big as to encompass not just whether you have a mobile phone or not but whether you want to be a part of society.

Important quote: "Discovering information, finding precedents, drafting documents and briefs, and predicting the outcomes of lawsuits—these tasks encompass the bulk of legal practice.

Maybe the solution is building some ultra high level abstraction that can somehow encompass both problem domains, but given how difficult hardware synthesis with existing HDLs is right now I don't know if that'll happen anytime soon.

Talking about "process and management structure," which is specific and grounded in the ultimate question of whether someone is doing a good job, instead of culture, which is amorphous and can encompass things that have nothing to do with the work, focuses your thinking on factors that you should actually care about.

Encompass definitions


include in scope; include as part of something broader; have as one's sphere or territory; "This group encompasses a wide range of people from different backgrounds"; "this should cover everyone in the group"

See also: embrace comprehend cover