Translation of "general" - English-German dictionary
general adjective /ˈdʒenərəl/
› of, involving etc all, most or very many people, things etc
The general feeling is that he is stupid His general knowledge is good although he is not good at mathematics. › covering a large number of cases
As a general guide, the closer you live to the ocean, the more expensive properties become. › without details
I’ll just give you a general idea of the plan. › (as part of an official title) chief
the Postmaster General. generalize verb ( generalise) › to make a general rule etc that can be applied to many cases, based on a number of cases
He’s trying to generalize from only two examples. › to talk (about something) in general terms
We should stop generalizing and discuss each problem separately. generalization noun ( generalisation) ›
generally adverb › usually; by most people; on the whole
He is generally disliked He generally wins. general election › an election in which the voters in every constituency are involved.
general store › a shop that sells a wide range of goods.
as a general rule › usually; in most cases
As a general rule, we don’t employ unskilled workers. in general › usually; in most cases; most of (a group of people etc)
People in general were not very sympathetic People were in general not very sympathetic. the general public › the people of a town, country etc, considered as a group.
die breite Öffentlichkeit
This policy is unlikely to gain the support of the general public.
Translations of “general”
||ayrıntı içermeyen, genel, umumi…
|in Chinese (Traditional)
||общий, основной, повсеместный…
||phổ biến, chung, toàn bộ…
||ทั่วไป, ไม่เฉพาะเจาะจง, ไม่จำกัด…
||おおまかな, 概略の, 一般的な…
|in Chinese (Simplified)