- kujumlishawa jumlageneralizesgeneralizing
Verb(1) draw from specific cases for more general cases(2) speak or write in generalities(3) cater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public; bring into general or common use(4) become systemic and spread throughout the body
(1) it is not easy to generalize about the poor(2) Probably the best part of this inconclusive book is the epilogue, which reminds us to be careful of how we generalize about natives as ecologists or balanced dwellers in the land.(3) But it's hard to generalize about almost 300 million people.(4) The homogenous nature of the subjects limits the ability to generalize results to other populations.(5) many of the results generalize to multibody structures(6) Anthologies like this one invite us to generalize about differences between U.S. and U.K. poetics.(7) What is unacceptable, to say the least, is to generalize about the uses and customs of nearly half a billion people who cover close to one sixth of the Earth's surface.(8) If you're going to generalize about doctors, maybe you should be a little bit more wary about your sources.(9) They also limit themselves to a very small sample of games from which they mistakenly try to generalize universal principles and properties.(10) Because states have distinctive histories and are located in particular places there are definite limits in our ability to generalize about state systems.(11) Such an extreme contrast should tell anyone how stupid it is to generalize about racism.(12) It is foolhardy to generalize about the political attitudes of 100 million peasants, except to say that they were far from being a cowed mass.(13) attempts to generalize an elite education(14) Eating habits in Germany vary by social class and milieu, but it is possible to generalize about the behavior of the inclusive middle class, which has emerged in the prosperous postwar era.(15) However, a sample of one-tenth of one per cent of the entire undergraduate student population is far too small to generalize these opinions to them.(16) As much as I hate to generalize about such a large group of people, I'm going to do it anyway.
(1) generalize :: kujumlisha
1. vulgarise ::
2. vulgarize ::
3. popularize ::
Different Formsgeneralize, generalized, generalizes, generalizing
English to Swahili Dictionary: generalize
Meaning and definitions of generalize, translation in Swahili language for generalize with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of generalize in Swahili and in English language.
Tags for the entry "generalize"
What generalize means in Swahili, generalize meaning in Swahili, generalize definition, examples and pronunciation of generalize in Swahili language.