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Generic vs. Unbranded

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Genericadjective

Very comprehensive; pertaining or appropriate to large classes or groups as opposed to specific.

Unbrandedadjective

not branded; lacking a brand

Genericadjective

Lacking in precision, often in an evasive fashion; vague; imprecise.

Unbrandedadjective

not associated with a brand name

Genericadjective

(of a product or drug) Not having a brand name.

Unbrandedadjective

not marked with a brand;

‘unbranded cattle’;

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Genericadjective

Of or relating to a taxonomic genus.

Unbranded

Unbranded is a 2015 American documentary film directed by Phillip Baribeau. It follows four Texas A&M graduates setting out to ride sixteen mustangs from Mexico to Canada in order to raise awareness about issues surrounding wild horses and their management by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

Genericadjective

Relating to gender.

Genericadjective

(grammar) Specifying neither masculine nor feminine; epicene.

‘Words like salesperson and firefighter are generic.’;

Genericadjective

(computing) (Of program code) Written so as to operate on any data type, the type required being passed as a parameter.

Genericadjective

Having coordinates that are algebraically independent over the base field.

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Genericnoun

A product sold under a generic name.

Genericnoun

A wine that is a blend of several wines, or made from a blend of several grape varieties.

Genericnoun

(grammar) A term that specifies neither male nor female.

Genericadjective

Pertaining to a genus or kind; relating to a genus, as distinct from a species, or from another genus; as, a generic description; a generic difference; a generic name.

Genericadjective

Very comprehensive; pertaining or appropriate to large classes or their characteristics; - opposed to specific.

Genericadjective

Not protected by trademark; - used especially of the names of medications; as, a generic drug; the generic name of Rogaine is minoxidil.

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Genericadjective

relating to or common to or descriptive of all members of a genus;

‘the generic name’;

Genericadjective

(of drugs) not protected by trademark;

‘`Acetaminophen' is the generic form of the proprietary drug `Tylenol'’;

Genericadjective

applicable to an entire class or group;

‘is there a generic Asian mind?’;

Genericadjective

characteristic of or relating to a class or group of things; not specific

‘chèvre is a generic term for all goat's milk cheese’;

Genericadjective

(of goods, especially medicinal drugs) having no brand name; not protected by a registered trademark.

Genericadjective

lacking imagination or individuality; predictable and unoriginal

‘generic dance-floor fillers’; ‘the plot of the film isn't just generic, it's insultingly stupid’;

Genericadjective

relating to a genus.

Genericnoun

a consumer product having no brand name or registered trademark

‘substituting generics for brand-name drugs’;

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