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General — synonyms, general antonyms, definition
1. general (a)
broad catholic chief circulating collective common commonplace communal comprehending comprehensive contemporary conventional cosmopolitan current customary detailed diverse eclectic encyclopedic endless • • •
2. general (Adjective)
ecumenical oecumenical world-wide worldwide
general (Adjective) — Applying to all or most members of a category or group.
ex. "the general public" ex. "general assistance" ex. "a general rule" ex. "in general terms" ex. "comprehensible to the general reader"
general (Adjective) — Not specialized or limited to one class of things.
ex. "general studies" ex. "general knowledge"
general (Adjective) — Prevailing among and common to the general public.
ex. "the general discontent"
general (Adjective) — (medicine) affecting the entire body.
ex. "a general anaesthetic" ex. "general symptoms"
general (Adjective) — Somewhat indefinite.
ex. "bearing a general resemblance to the original" ex. "a general description of the merchandise"
general (Adjective) — Of worldwide scope or applicability.
ex. "an issue of general import"
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3. general (Noun)
full general superior general
general (Noun) — (military) a general officer of the highest rank.
general (Noun) — The head of a religious order or congregation.
general (Noun) — A fact about the whole (as opposed to particular).
ex. "he discussed the general but neglected the particular"
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chief fact general officer head top dog
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4. general (Verb)
general (Verb) — Command as a general.
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