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  • 71general — adjective 1) suitable for general use Syn: widespread, common, extensive, universal, wide, popular, public, mainstream 2) a general pay increase Syn: comprehensive, overall, across …

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  • 72general — gen·er·al jen (ə )rəl adj 1) not confined by specialization or careful limitation <a general surgeon> 2) belonging to the common nature of a group of like individuals <the general characteristics of a species> 3) involving or… …

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  • 73General — Ge|ne|ral 〈m.; Gen.: s, Pl.: e od. rä|le〉 1. zweithöchste Offiziersrangklasse 2. Offizier in dieser Rangklasse 3. oberster Vorsteher eines kath. geistl. Ordens oder einer Kongregation 4. der internationale Leiter der Heilsarmee 5. 〈Zool.〉… …

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  • 74general — 1. adjective /ˈdʒɛnɹəl/ a) Including or involving every part or member of a given or implied entity, whole etc.; as opposed to or . Among us! was the general shout, and Peppersorn sat frozen to his chair. b) Applied to a person (as a postmodifier …

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  • 75general — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ one star, two star, three star, etc. (all AmE) GENERAL + VERB ▪ command sth, lead sth ▪ …

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  • 76general — Los términos general y genérico no deben utilizarse como sinónimos: general significa que es común a todos los individuos que forman un todo , y genérico es aquello que es común a los elementos de un conjunto …

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  • 77general —   1. Army. Alihikaua, pūkaua, kenelala.   2. Widespread. Laulaha, laulā, laha.    ♦ General name, inoa laulā, inoa nui.    ♦ General provisions, ōlelo pili i ō i ane i …

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  • 78general — See: IN GENERAL …

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  • 79general — See: IN GENERAL …

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  • 80general — See general, generally …

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