Sinónimos de general en inglés:

general


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adjetivo

1‘they are moderately priced and suitable for general use’

SINÓNIMOS
widespread, common, extensive, universal, wide, popular, public, mainstream, prevalent, prevailing, rife, established, well established, conventional, traditional, traditionalist, orthodox, accepted
in circulation, in force, in vogue
ANTÓNIMOS

restricted

2‘a general pay increase’

SINÓNIMOS
comprehensive, overall, across the board, blanket, umbrella, mass, total, complete, wholesale, sweeping, panoramic, broad, broad-ranging, extended, inclusive, all-inclusive, all-round, generic, outright, encyclopedic, indiscriminate, catholic
universal, global, worldwide, international, nationwide, countrywide, coast-to-coast, company-wide
ANTÓNIMOS

localized

3‘a general store’

SINÓNIMOS
miscellaneous, mixed, assorted, variegated, diversified, composite, heterogeneous
ANTÓNIMOS

specialist

4‘it is the general practice for players to receive all the prize money’

SINÓNIMOS
usual, customary, habitual, traditional, normal, conventional, typical, standard, regular
familiar, accepted, prevailing, routine, run-of-the-mill, fixed, set, established, confirmed, everyday, ordinary, common, stock, well worn, time-honoured
popular, favourite
ANTÓNIMOS

exceptional

5‘most guidebooks give only a general description of the island’

SINÓNIMOS
broad, imprecise, inexact, rough, sweeping, overall, loose, basic, approximate, non-specific, unspecific, vague, hazy, fuzzy, woolly, ill-defined, indefinite, unfocused
Norteamericano coloquial ballpark
marginal undetailed
ANTÓNIMOS

detailed


Frases

    in general

    1‘he was in general an excellent friend’


    SINÓNIMOS
    generally, normally, as a rule, as a general rule, in the general run of things, by and large, more often than not, almost always, in the main, mainly, mostly, for the most part, in most cases, most of the time, predominantly, on the whole
    usually, habitually, customarily, standardly, routinely, regularly, typically, ordinarily, commonly, conventionally, traditionally, historically
    ANTÓNIMOS

    occasionally

    2‘we want the public in general to understand the public health issues’


    SINÓNIMOS
    as a whole, as a body, generally, at large, in the main
    ANTÓNIMOS

    in particular, specifically