"generalisation" French translation
a) (a) Generalization of the immediate notification of employment (DIMONA):
b) (b) Generalization of the NOSS multi-purpose electronic statement:
I want to be very clear, because there is no room for generalization.
(c) Generalization of the problems facing the Serbian population;
The phenomena are so complex that they defy easy generalization.
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Usage examples for "generalisation" in French
We do not need any generalisations or insults nor do we need insinuation.
I believe that the lack of calmness in the current debate is in fact leading to certain generalisations.
Some passages in this report contain exaggerations or over-generalisations, and unrealistic claims are made.
There are however, some data sources that can be used to make some provisional generalisation.
We cannot make such sweeping generalisations.
I fail to understand those who say that it is useless and that it is made up of nothing but generalisations and fine words.
Over the years, with the generalisation of electronic files for the submission of data, data and metadata have been dissociated.
Generalisations are sometimes made public, which is a great disservice to the operation of UCLAF.
Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, it is fashionable these days to be pessimistic about Africa, sometimes on the basis of rash generalisations.
It is important to be careful about generalisations about women (or men) that might be misleading because of this diversity.
It has always seemed to me unjust that, as a result of very limited cases, generalisations have been made in the past with regard to the European civil service.
They are not only a record of prejudices, generalisations (“Pauschalisierungen”) or accusations but a daily reality of criminal activity.
They are not only a record of prejudices, generalisations (`Pauschalisierungen') or accusations but a daily reality of criminal activity.
I would like to appeal to all those of you who are motivated by genuine concern for justice to avoid false comparisons and unjustified generalisations.
What practical proposals are there for developing human capital and for improving the quality of the work place so that we are not just dealing in generalisations?
The motion for a resolution on racism and homophobia contains too many contradictions and unjustified generalisations and this can have just such an effect.
A generalisation of that kind, such a lack of nuance in a Commission document, is particularly unforgivable and concerning.
These generalisations and falsehoods do not serve our objective, designed to promote a better level of health and safety protection for workers.
There is no question of simplifying matters or engaging in generalisations, even if we do have a limited time for speaking in the European Parliament, but there are a great many examples.
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