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generally

adverb
 
 
/ˈdʒen.ə r.əl.i/ US  /-ɚ-/
considering the whole of someone or something, and not just a particular part of them
大體上;總體上
Your health is generally good, but you do have a few minor problems.
大體上,你身體狀況不錯,但有些小毛病。
He wants more money to be given to the arts generally.
他希望各藝術門類都能得到更多的資金。
I shall now develop my previous point more generally (= to say more about what it includes).
現在我將就上一點展開更加全面的論述。
General
usually, or in most situations
通常;一般地;大多數情況下
The baby generally wakes up three times during the night.
通常這個嬰兒會在夜間醒三次。
Well, generally speaking (= in most situations), it's quicker on public transport.
這個嘛,大多數情況下,乘坐公共交通工具要快得多。
Habitual and customary
by most people, or to most people
普遍地;廣泛地
It was generally believed at the time that both men were guilty.
當時普遍認為這兩名男子都有罪。
The proposal has received a generally favourable reaction.
人們對這項提議的反應是普遍贊成。
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