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Oxford dictionary definition of the word comprehensive:
1including or dealing with all or nearly all elements or aspects of something:
a comprehensive list of sources
of large content or scope; wide-ranging:
a comprehensive collection of photographs
(of a victory or defeat) achieved or suffered by a large margin:
a comprehensive victory for Swansea
(of motor-vehicle insurance) providing cover for most risks, including damage to the policyholder’s own vehicle.
2British relating to or denoting a system of secondary education in which children of all abilities from a particular area are educated in one school:
a comprehensive school
3 archaic relating to understanding.
a comprehensive school:
he trained as an accountant after leaving the local comprehensive
when I was 14 I was at comprehensive
early 17th century: from French compréhensif, -ive, from late Latin comprehensivus, from the verb comprehendere ‘grasp mentally’