English translation of 'généraliser'
Example Sentences Including 'généraliser'
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Il a ajouté qu'il " attend de voir " ce que compte faire M. Sarkozy " pour généraliser les GIR ".Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Je ferais creuser des puits, apporter de l'eau douce aux villages du tiers monde, généraliser l'eau potable.Marie Claire
La nouvelle loi permettra de généraliser un dispositif qui existe déjà.Le Monde (2001)
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'généraliser' in Other Languages
British English: generalize /ˈdʒɛnrəˌlaɪz/ VERB
If you generalize, you say something that is usually, but not always, true.
It is impossible to generalize about the state of the country's health.
- American English: generalize
- Arabic: يُعَمِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: generalizar
- Chinese: 概括
- Croatian: generalizirati
- Czech: zobecnit
- Danish: generalisere
- Dutch: generaliseren
- European Spanish: generalizar
- Finnish: yleistää
- French: généraliser
- German: verallgemeinern
- Greek: γενικεύω
- Italian: generalizzare
- Japanese: 法則化する
- Korean: 일반화하다
- Norwegian: generalisere
- Polish: uogólnić
- European Portuguese: generalizar
- Romanian: a generaliza
- Russian: обобщать
- Spanish: generalizar
- Swedish: generalisera
- Thai: พูดคลุมทั่วๆไป
- Turkish: genelleştirmek
- Ukrainian: узагальнювати
- Vietnamese: khái quát hóa
Translation of généraliser from the Collins French to English
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