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general

adjective (NOT DETAILED)
籠統的
 
 
/ˈdʒen.ər.əl/ US  /-ɚ-/
not detailed, but including the most basic or necessary information
大體的;大致的;籠統的
What he said was very general.
他説得很籠統。
The school aims to give children a general background in a variety of subjects.
學校旨在向孩子們概要介紹各種學科的背景知識。
I'm not an expert, so I can only speak in general terms on this matter.
我不是專家,我只能泛泛地談這個問題。
General
the general things considered as a unit and without giving attention to details
一般事物;大致情況,總體情況
His book moves from the general to the particular.
他的書先介紹總體情況然後探討具體問題。
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