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generalized definition

  • adjective:
    • Biology perhaps not specifically adapted to a specific environment or purpose; perhaps not skilled.
    • Biology perhaps not specifically adapted to a particular environment or purpose; not skilled.
    • Usually commonplace: noticed a situation of general discontent.
    • Generally predominant: noticed a situation of generalized discontent.
    • drug regarding an entire organ.
    • Medicine Involving an entire organ.
    • drug Spreading through or affecting the complete human anatomy; maybe not localized: a generalized disease.
    • drug Spreading through or influencing the complete human body; not localized: a generalized infection.
    • Made much more basic, less skilled.
    • Comprising structural figures that are separated much more specific kinds; artificial.
    • Made much more general, less skilled.
    • perhaps not biologically differentiated or adjusted to a particular purpose or environment
    • Comprising structural figures which are divided much more specific types; artificial.
    • perhaps not biologically differentiated or adapted to a specific purpose or environment
    • Biology maybe not specifically adjusted to a certain environment or purpose; not specialized.
    • Generally prevalent: observed a situation of generalized discontent.
    • medication Involving a whole organ.
    • drug Spreading through or affecting the whole body; perhaps not localized: a generalized illness.
    • Made more basic, less specialized.
    • Comprising structural figures which are divided in more specific types; artificial.
    • maybe not biologically differentiated or adjusted to a particular function or environment
  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and past participle of generalize.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of generalize.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of generalize.
  • others:
    • especially, in biology, common or primitive, as a structure or system; representing or held to express an easy or basic particular form; artificial; undifferentiated: the contrary of specialized: as, a lucernarian is or signifies a generalized variety of hydrozoans; some fossil mammals had a generalized dental formula.
    • especially, in biology, common or ancient, as a structure or system; representing or held to represent a broad or general types of type; artificial; undifferentiated: the contrary of specific: since, a lucernarian is or presents a generalized types of hydrozoans; some fossil animals had a generalized dental formula.
    • particularly, in biology, typical or ancient, as a structure or organism; representing or held to represent a diverse or basic types of form; synthetic; undifferentiated: the opposite of specialized: since, a lucernarian is or represents a generalized type of hydrozoans; some fossil mammals had a generalized dental care formula.
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