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generality

noun [C usually pl]  us   /ˌdʒen·əˈræl·ət̬·i/

generality noun [C usually pl] (COMMON)

a statement without details and sometimes without much meaning: The candidate’s speech was full of generalities and never focused on the issues.
Translations of “generality”
in Chinese (Traditional) 概括, 概括的表述, 籠統的談論…
in Chinese (Simplified) 概括, 概括的表述, 笼统的谈论…
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