generalize


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for generalize

to make universal

Synonyms

Synonyms for generalize

draw from specific cases for more general cases

become systemic and spread throughout the body

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Hence, g is generalize derivation (of type 2) on R.
Item-level analysis of test-score gains in Chicago during the 1990s reveals that math gains were disproportionately focused in certain areas, and therefore may not generalize to alternative performance measures, particularly those that tap other domains of knowledge.
This enables students to generalize about how curriculum is made, as well has how it is alike and different from the K-12 curriculum constraints and processes.
However, research suggests that when skills are taught in one setting, they do not necessarily generalize to other settings, especially when those other settings are substantially different from the one in which the training took place (Stokes & Baer, 1977).
They generalize the concept from individual examples in order to discuss its structures and light propagation properties.
In the context of a single-subject design, research questions asked if treatment would improve phoneme production and generalize to repetition of multisyllabic words, words of increasing length, discourse, and measures of self-report.
These "big ideas," such as division and proportion, are useful because they generalize to several types of problems.
The interventions described in the article do not necessarily generalize to children with shaken-impact syndrome, which usually results in a more significant intellectual impairment; and the interventions do not necessarily generalize to children with cognitive symptoms associated with such medical conditions as stroke, aneurysm or tumor.