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generalisation
[,dʒenərəlaɪ'zeɪʃən]

  • n. (英)一般化;归纳;普遍原理(等于generalization)

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  普遍化

... general:普通的,一般的;总的,大体的 generalisation:概括;普遍化;一般化 generalise:概括,普及 ...

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  概括

... general:普通的,一般的;总的,大体的 generalisation概括;普遍化;一般化 generalise:概括,普及 ...

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  归纳

归纳(generalisation), 此释义来源于网络辞典。

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  唱片名

... 唱片名: Generalisation 表演者: Midfield General 版本特性: Import ...

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短语

automatic generalisation 自动综合

Exception generalisation 例外普遍化

Name generalisation 普遍化

Operation generalisation 操作普遍化

response generalisation 反应泛化

cartographic generalisation 制图综合

generalisation of meaning 词义的扩大

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  • (英)一般化;归纳;普遍原理(等于generalization) - 引用次数:1

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generalisation [ ,dʒenərəlai'zeiʃən, -li'z- ]

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 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

generalisation /ˌdʒɛnrəlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ TEM4

[英国英语] →see generalization

同近义词同根词

  • n. (英)一般化;归纳;普遍原理(等于generalization)
  • general principle

词根: gen

adj.

general 一般的,普通的;综合的;大体的

generalized 广义的,普遍的;无显著特点的

adv.

generally 通常;普遍地,一般地

n.

general 一般;将军,上将;常规

generalization 概括;普遍化;一般化

gen 情报;一般布告

generality 概论;普遍性;大部分

v.

generalized 推广(generalize的过去分词);对…进行概括;使…一般化

vi.

generalize 形成概念

generalise 推广;笼统地讲;概括(等于generalize)

vt.

generalize 概括;推广;使...一般化

generalise 概括;归纳;普及

双语例句权威例句

  • Chimps can do all sorts of things we thought that only we could do - like tool-making and abstraction and generalisation.

    猩猩能够很多我们认为只有我们才能——制造工具抽象归纳

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  • That is a generalisation, as there have been effects since the silents in 1900. But there was no special effects industry and effects-driven movies were rare.

    只是一种大概的说法,因为1900年,还是无声电影时代时就有特技了。那时没有特技效果工业而且使用特技电影很少

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  • The problem with any generalisation is that it generally misrepresents. That said, we should also be mindful not to generalise all secular humanists to be equally intolerant of all religions.

    概括一件事通常歪曲事实,所以,我们注意,不要认为所有世俗人文主义者喜欢所有宗教

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  • But as a generalisation, the efforts of the past few years have thrown up mixed messages.

    ECONOMIST: Economics and the rule of law

  • And the book's central term—jihad—is also in the end a rather-too-convenient shorthand, one that cannot altogether bear the weight of generalisation placed upon it.

    ECONOMIST: Jihadists

  • In doing so, Mr Mehta paints a picture of an India that is so vast, complex and confusing as to defy generalisation, and facing such a terrifying array of problems that it forbids optimism.

    ECONOMIST: India

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