generalized Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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(UK usually generalised) uk   /ˈdʒen.ə r.ə.laɪzd/  us   /-ɚ-/
involving a lot of ​people, ​places, or things: He ​spoke of generalized ​corruption in the ​government. Teachers ​complain about a generalized ​lack of ​respect from ​students.
(Definition of generalized from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “generalized”
in Chinese (Simplified) 普遍的, 全面的, 大范围的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 普遍的, 全面的, 大範圍的…
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