
Definition of Generalised
1. Adjective. Not biologically differentiated or adapted to a specific function or environment. "The hedgehog is a primitive and generalized mammal"
Category relationships: Biological Science, Biology
Similar to: Unspecialised, Unspecialized
Definition of Generalised
1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of generalized) ¹
2. Verb. (past of generalise) ¹
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Definition of Generalised
1. generalise [v]  See also: generalise
Medical Definition of Generalised
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Literary usage of Generalised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introduction to the Theory of Statistics by George Udny Yule (1919)
"Special notation for the general case : generalised regressions—5. generalised
correlations—6. generalised deviations and standarddeviations—78. ..."
2. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1904)
""Mathematical Contributions to the Theory of Evolution. XII. —On a generalised
Theory of Alternative Inheritance, with Special Reference to Mendel's Laws. ..."
3. A Treatise on Hydrodynamics: With Numerous Examples by Alfred Barnard Basset (1888)
"It therefore appears that the product of the circulation and the density is a
quantity in the nature of a generalised component of momentum. ..."
4. Algebra: An Elementary Textbook for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools by George Chrystal (1893)
"That is to say, the generalised Circular Functions have tlie same real periods
as the Circular Functions proper. Just in the same way, we can establish all ..."
5. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"Fibrinoid lesions similar to those of the generalised Shwartzman reaction have
been observed in pigs dying from ..."
6. Higher Mathematics for Students of Chemistry and Physics: With Special by Joseph William Mellor (1902)
"generalised Forces and Coordinates. When a mass of any substance is subject to
some physical change, certain properties (mass, chemical composition) remain ..."
7. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1907)
"THE ASYMPTOTIC EXPANSION OF INTEGRAL FUNCTIONS DEFINED BY generalised HYPERGEOMETRIC
... generalised hypergeometric functions form a wide class of integral ..."
8. A Treatise on Gyrostatics and Rotational Motion: Theory and Applications by Andrew Gray (1918)
"generalised momenta. Hamilton s dynamical equations. Canonical equations.
The equations of the type give linear equations by which q\, ..."