\\|ämnə̇, -nē+\ noun
Etymology: from omnicompetent, after English competent : competence
: the quality or state of being omnicompetent

they act on an identical assumption of omnicompetence — Hannah Arendt

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omnicomˈpetence noun
Competence in all matters
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Main Entry:omni-

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