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general
'dʒɛnərəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Prevailing among and common to the general public.
  2. Of worldwide scope or applicability.
  3. Not specialized or limited to one class of things.
  4. Applying to all or most members of a category or group.
  5. Affecting the entire body.
  6. Somewhat indefinite.
(名) As a noun
  1. A fact about the whole (as opposed to particular).
  2. A general officer of the highest rank.
  3. The head of a religious order or congregation.
(动) As a verb
  1. Command as a general.
Hyphenationgen•er•al
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
Matching Results
一般yībānsame; ordinary; so-so; common; general; generally; in general
普通pǔtōngcommon; ordinary; general; average
zǒngalways; to assemble; gather; total; overall; head; chief; general; in every case
大体dàtǐin general; more or less; in rough terms; basically; on the whole
普遍pǔbiànuniversal; general; widespread; common
将军jiāngjūngeneral; high-ranking military officer; to check or checkmate; fig. to embarrass; to challenge; to put somebody on the spot; Chiangchun township in Tainan county 台南县, Taiwan
一般性yībān xìnggeneral; in general terms; generalized
上将shàngjiànggeneral; admiral; air chief marshal
jiànggeneral; commander-in-chief (military); king (chess piece); to command; to lead
将官jiàngguāngeneral
zǒnggeneral; in every case; to hold
general; popular; everywhere; universal
普级pǔjí(classification) general; non-specialist
武将wǔjiànggeneral; military leader; fierce man
笼统lǒngtǒnggeneral; broad; sweeping; lacking in detail; vague
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