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  • Generically — Ge*ner ic*al*ly, adv. With regard to a genus, or an extensive class; as, an animal generically distinct from another, or two animals or plants generically allied. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • generically — adverb 1. without a trademark or brand name we market these drugs generically • Derived from adjective: ↑generic 2. as sharing a common genus these animals are not related generically • Derived from adjective: ↑generic …   Useful english dictionary

  • generically — generic ► ADJECTIVE 1) referring to a class or group; not specific. 2) (of goods) having no brand name. 3) Biology relating to a genus. DERIVATIVES generically adverb. ORIGIN from Latin genus stock, race …   English terms dictionary

  • generically — See generic. * * * …   Universalium

  • generically — adverb The act or process of generalizing. ,Out of this the universal is elaborated by generification Sir W. Hamilton …   Wiktionary

  • generically — adv. in a generic manner, in a nonspecific manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • generically — ge·ner·i·cal·ly …   English syllables

  • generically — See: generic …   English dictionary

  • Triumph — Generically, is the condition of being victorious.Triumph may also refer to: * Roman triumph, a celebration for a victorious military commander in ancient Rome * Trionfo, a form of festivity in Renaissance ItalyBusiness* Triumph Cycle Co. Ltd., a …   Wikipedia

  • Alternative set theory — Generically, an alternative set theory is an alternative mathematical approach to the concept of set. It is a proposed alternative to the standard set theory. Some of the alternative set theories are: *the theory of semisets; *rough set theory;… …   Wikipedia

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