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Generic means very comprehensive; pertaining or appropriate to large classes or groups as opposed to specific


Generic or generics may refer to:

  • Generic mood, a grammatical mood used to make generalized statements like Snow is white
  • Generic antecedents, referents in linguistic contexts, which are classes
  • Generic role-playing game system, a framework that provides rule mechanics for any setting—world or environment or genre
  • Generic drug, a drug identified by its chemical name rather than its brand name
  • Genus, the generic name for classification of an organism in taxonomy

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