Adjective "generalizable" definition and examples

Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'In other words, the process of induction involves drawing generalizable inferences out of observations.'
  2. 'And since my research was much more generalizable and carefully controlled than anything that went before it, one would think that my paper would be an essential reference in any further discussion of the topic.'

Definitions

1. to infer (a general principle, trend, etc.) from particular facts, statistics, or the like.

2. to infer or form (a general principle, opinion, conclusion, etc.) from only a few facts, examples, or the like.

3. to give a general rather than a specific or special character or form to.

4. to make general; bring into general use or knowledge. verb (used without object), generalized, generalizing.

5. to form general principles, opinions,

More examples(as adjective)

"results can be generalizable."

"criteria can be generalizable."

Origin

(generalize)