English translation of 'generalizar'
(propagar) to propagate
generalizar-se reflexive verb
to become general, spread
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'generalizar' 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 generalizar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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