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unspecialized

Line breaks: un|spe¦cial|ized
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈspɛʃ(ə)lʌɪzd
 
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(also unspecialised)

Definition of unspecialized in English:

adjective

Not specialized: an unspecialized baccalaureate programme
More example sentences
  • Yet the cultivation of such wisdom seems curiously lacking in many of our degree programmes - partly because there is so little space on the curriculum to consider simple unspecialised questions.
  • The basic skills are relatively simple and unspecialised, allowing for mass participation.
  • That is an unspecialised city general hospital.

Words that rhyme with unspecialized

pearlizedsatinized

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