generalise

Generalism vs Generalise - What's the difference?

generalism | generalise |


As a noun generalism

is generalization: lack of specialization.

As a verb generalise is

.

Generalised vs Generalise - What's the difference?

generalised | generalise |


As verbs the difference between generalised and generalise

is that generalised is (generalise) while generalise is .

As an adjective generalised

is .

Generalise vs Generalist - What's the difference?

generalise | generalist |


As a verb generalise

is .

As a noun generalist is

a person with a broad general knowledge, especially one with more than superficial knowledge in several areas and the ability to combine ideas from diverse fields.

Taxonomy vs Generalise - What's the difference?

taxonomy | generalise |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb generalise is

.

Holism vs Generalise - What's the difference?

holism | generalise |


As a noun holism

is a theory or belief that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.

As a verb generalise is

.

Holistic vs Generalise - What's the difference?

holistic | generalise |


As an adjective holistic

is related to holism.

As a verb generalise is

.

Generalise vs Abridgement - What's the difference?

generalise | abridgement |


As a verb generalise

is .

As a noun abridgement is

(chiefly|uk).

Generalise vs Generalize - What's the difference?

generalise | generalize | Alternative forms |

Generalise is an alternative form of generalize.


As verbs the difference between generalise and generalize

is that generalise is while generalize is to speak in generalities, or in vague terms.

Generalise vs Remove - What's the difference?

generalise | remove |


As verbs the difference between generalise and remove

is that generalise is while remove is (label) to move something from one place to another, especially to take away.

As a noun remove is

the act of removing something.

What is the difference between generalise and general?

generalise | general | Derived terms |

Generalise is a derived term of general.


As a verb generalise

is (chiefly|british spelling) (generalize).

As a adjective general is

including or involving every part or member of a given or implied entity, whole etc; as opposed to (specific) or (particular).

As a noun general is

commander of an army.

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