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generic

Pronunciation: /dʒəˈnerɪk/

Translation of generic in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [name/characteristic/term] genérico
    Example sentences
    • One final point of emphasis: this evaluation should be done in terms of generic deployments, not specific ones.
    • The interiors are neither universal nor generic but specific, tailored, and unpredictable.
    • A lot of courses that I would be interested in aren't available in the summer, so I'm stuck with generic classes.
    1.2 [drug/product] no de marca

noun/nombre

  • producto (masculine) no de marca

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