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"In particular" is a phrase which is often translated as "en particular", and "in general" is a phrase which is often translated as "en general". Learn more about the difference between "in particular" and "in general" below.
in particular(
ihn
 
par
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tih
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kyuh
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luhr
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (specifically)
a. en particular
These cars, in particular the red one, are the fastest in the world.Estos coches, el rojo en particular, son los más rápidos del mundo.
b. en especial
Is there anything in particular you want to eat for your birthday?¿Hay algo en especial que quieras comer por tu cumpleaños?
c. particularmente
All of us, in particular your mother, have been worried sick about you.Todos nosotros, particularmente tu madre, hemos estado muy preocupados por ti.
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in general(
ihn
 
jehn
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uhr
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uhl
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (usually)
a. en general
In general, people are in favor of closing school for snow.En general, la gente está a favor de cerrar las escuelas por la nieve.
b. por lo general
In general, women tend to live longer than men.Por lo general, las mujeres viven más años que los hombres.
c. generalmente
In general, it is not advisable to take this medicine more than once a day.Generalmente, no es aconsejable tomar este medicamento más que una vez al día.
2. (referring to the whole)
a. en general
We want women in general, and older women in particular, to have equal access to the labor market.Queremos que las mujeres en general, y las mujeres mayores en particular, tengan el mismo acceso al mercado laboral.
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