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N-COUNT; N-TITLE; N-VOC 将军；（通常指陆军）上将 A general is a high-ranking officer in the armed forces, usually in the army.
The General's visit to Sarajevo is part of preparations for the deployment of extra troops.
ADJ-GRADED 全体的；总的；普遍的 If you talk about the general situation somewhere or talk about something in general terms, you are describing the situation as a whole rather than considering its details or exceptions.
The figures represent a general decline in employment.
...the general deterioration of English society.
ADJ 一般性的；普通的 You use general to describe several items or activities when there are too many of them or when they are not important enough to mention separately.
£2,500 for software is soon swallowed up in general costs...
His firm took over the planting and general maintenance of the park last March.
ADJ-GRADED 广泛的；普遍的 You use general to describe something that involves or affects most people, or most people in a particular group.
The project should raise general awareness about bullying.
ADJ 整体的；全面的 If you describe something as general, you mean that it is not restricted to any one thing or area.
...a general ache radiating from the back of the neck.
...a general sense of well-being.
ADJ （企业）综合的，业务广泛的 A general business offers a variety of services or goods rather than just one particular kind.
They ran the general store and the farm dairy.
ADJ （常用于头衔中）首席的，总管的，级别最高的 General is used to describe a person's job, usually as part of their title, to indicate that they have complete responsibility for the administration of an organization or business.
He joined Sanders Roe, moving on later to become General Manager.
ADJ （员工）普通的，非专业的，一般的 General workers do a variety of jobs which require no special skill or training.
The farm employed a tractor driver and two general labourers.
ADJ-GRADED （对某方面的知识或兴趣）一般的，泛泛的 General is used to describe a person who has an average amount of knowledge or interest in a particular subject.
This book is intended for the general reader rather than the student.
PHRASE 总的来说；总体上来看；大体上 You use in general to indicate that you are talking about something as a whole, rather than about part of it.
I think we need to improve our educational system in general...
She had a confused idea of life in general.
PHRASE （指某一群体的大多数）总的来说，总体上 You say in general to indicate that you are referring to most people or things in a particular group.
People in general will support us...
She enjoys a sterling reputation in law enforcement circles and among the community in general.
PHRASE 通常；在多数情况下 You say in general to indicate that a statement is true in most cases.
In general, it was the better-educated voters who voted Yes in the referendum.