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Generich vs. Generic

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Generichadjective

(genetics) Having a higher than normal concentration of genes

Genericadjective

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

Genericadjective

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

Genericadjective

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

Genericadjective

Of or relating to a taxonomic genus.

Genericadjective

Relating to gender.

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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.

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.

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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.

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?’;

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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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