Definition of polypragmatic
: concerned with things not one's own affair : meddlesome
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Origin and Etymology of polypragmatic
Late Greek polypragmatos (from Greek polypragmatein to be busy with many things, to be meddlesome, from poly- + pragmat-, pragma deed, affair) + English -ic or -ical
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