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unspecific

Line breaks: un|spe¦cif¦ic
Pronunciation: /ʌnspɪˈsɪfɪk
 
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Definition of unspecific in English:

adjective

Not specific; vague: he was unspecific about his relationship with Marian
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  • Label packs as, ‘full of goodness’, ‘wholesome’ or ‘nutritious’ - terms which are vague and unspecific.
  • Secondly, make allowance for the fact that memory obviously fades, memories on all sides fade over a period of 20 years and as a result evidence about certain aspects of the case may be vague and may be unspecific.
  • These three predictions are - in turn - highly likely, possible but unspecific, and rather vague - to put it kindly.

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