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  • I also wanted to take out where it was just generic action.
  • This is because one moving light can do the work of several generics.
  • Within the same kingdom one generic name can apply to only one genus.
  • Over time, however, the word has come to have a more generic meaning.
  • Every company has the right to describe its products and services using generic terms.
  • There are nine generic types of work space, each supporting different activities.
  • There are six generic types of meeting space, each supporting different activities.
  • There are twelve generic types of support space, each supporting different activities.
  • What is true for the generic point is true for all points of the variety except a small number of special points.
  • Speed dating, as two separate words, is often used as a generic term for similar events.
  • They name a hill, a river, or a fall, but do not deal in generics. Cited from Thirty Years With The Indian Tribes, by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
  • Generic Functions can be used like normal functions and are a first-class data type.
  • At the time there was no real support in any programming language for generic programming.
  • Bar iron is a generic term sometimes used to distinguish it from cast iron.
  • This generic term applied to any member of the Party who did not otherwise hold a political leadership position.
  • However, the more generic moniker fell out of common official use many decades ago.
  • This allowed for very fast operation while keeping the architecture generic.
  • The generic results can be derived using the same arguments given above.
  • In certain cases, the name of widely popular products became generic, and therefore could not be protected afterwards.
  • It also aims to increase the number and variety of generic drug products available.
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Synonyms of generic

Meaning of generic

  • noun A wine that is a blend of several varieties of grapes with no one grape predominating; a wine that does not carry the name of any specific grape
  • noun Any product that can be sold without a brand name
  • adjective Relating to or common to or descriptive of all members of a genus
    the generic name