Generically

Literature, most generically is any body of written works. Refers to writing considered to be an art form or any single writing deemed to have artistic or intellectual value.

Adverb: in a way that relates to a class or group of similar things, and not specifically. Synonym as general.

Generic is relating to or characteristic of a whole group or class. Or not specific, relating to a genus.

Generic definition of applicable to, or referring to all the members of a genus, class, groyp, or kind and it’s means general.

You use generic to describe something that refers or relates to a whole class of similar.

Belonging to a certain general class. Also an item not marketed with a brand name, trademark or others special mean.

Minus

minus / own minus

The amount by which assets exceed liabilities. Another way to say; it’s the value of a everything you own minus all your debts.

Reduce by a stated number (without or lacking). Disadvantage or a bad feature. Minus to mean less or with the subtraction of.

You can also use minus as noun to mean subtraction or subtraction mark. It’s closely related to minor or smaller.

1. With the subtraction of. “what is ninety three minus seven?

2. Of temperature below zero by.” minus 40 degrees centigrade”. “minus five (-5). That means below zero or negative.

3. After a grade rather worse than. For example is” C minus”.

Student grade an A minus for grades between 90% – 93% CGPA.

Literary

Sentence example is: “It’s annual literary festival is also renowned”

Literature. Concerning the writing, study, or content of literature, especially of the kind valued for quality of form.

Written, poetic, artistic, dramatic, formal, dignified. Of language associated with literary works or other formal writing.

Having a marked style intended to create a particular emotional effect. Connected with literature and relating to or having the characteristics of humane learning or literature.

Example of literary in a sentence: “An essay written in a very literary style”. Written artistic works, especially those with a high and lasting artistic value.

Perceived

It has been defined simply as the perceived quality of intentionally shared information from a sender.

Recognize, identify, distinguish, grasp. Become aware or conscious of. Something come to realize or understand, comprehend or appreciate. Discern, envision, or understand.

Regarded in a specified way. Used to say how something or someone is seen or thought of. “I perceived an object looming through the mist”.

If you perceive something, you see or notice or realize it. To become aware of, know, or identify by means of the senses.

Performed

Give a practical exhibition and explanation of how a machine, skill or craft works or is performed.

Transparency, as used in science, engineering, business, the humanities and in other social context, is operating in such a way that it is easiest for others to see what actions are performed.

Perform implies action that follows established patterns or procedures or fulfills agree-upon requirements and often connotes special skill.

Carry out, accomplish, or fulfil (an action, task or function). Synonyms: execute, achieve, implement. To do an action or piece of work.

When you perform a task or action, especially a complicated one, you do it. To carry out something task or execute something.

“The doctor will perform an exam on the patient”. “This machine has 3 different parts to it, each of which performs a different function”.

“Animal testing studies are performed to find out how drugs affect the human body when used medicinally”.

To do an action or piece of work. To operate or not operate in a satisfactory way.

Complied

Competent, or/and having complied with the specified requirements or precedent conditions.

Comply. Act in accordance with a wish or command. “We are unable to comply with your request”.

Synonyms: abide by, act in accordance with, observe, obey, adhere to, satisfy, fulfil. Comply is to act according to someone’s wishes or rules.

To act or be in accordance with wishes, or Request, or demand, or requirements, or conditions. “She has complied with the requirements”.

To act according to an order, set of rules or request. Acted in agreement with the requirements or rules.

Owe

A simple listing of the property you own and the debts you owe can provide valuable insights.

Have an obligation to pay or repay (something especially money) in return for something received. “I owe you for the taxi”.

To need to pay or give something to someone because thay have lent money to you. Or in exchange for something they have done for you. “I owe you a drink for helping me move”.

Synonym as debt. Or loan or lent. “Tell me how much I owe, and I’ll give it to you”.

If you owe money to someone, they have lent it to you and you have not yet paid it back.

Rid

Definition of dispose – get rid of by throwing away or giving or selling to someone else.

To remove something that you do not want any longer. To remove or throw away something. An unwanted thing or person.

If you rid a place, or person of something undesirable or unwanted. To clear or free of something.

Make something or someone free of. Clear, free, make free, cleanse, purify, empty, relieve, dispose of.

Do away with, throw away, throw out, clear out, discard, scrap, remove, dispense with.

Awful

Give it away, throw it out, even sell it — these are all ways to dispose of that awful shirt.

Very bad or unpleasant. “The place smelled awful”. Synonyms: disgusting, inadequate, useless. “I think it’s an awful book”.

Extremely bad or very great bad. Or of low quality. Ugly, dreadful. If you say that someone or something is awful, you dislike that person or thing.

Extremely bad or very bad or low quality. If you say that someone or something is awful, you dislike that person or thing.

Sentence: “you must awful about it”.

“It was an awful combination”

“You look awful when you cry”.

2. Used to emphasize the extent of something, especially something unpleasant or negative.

Gauge

The line is of m metre gauge, with steel rails weighing 212 kilos (42 lb) per yard.

An instrument that measures and gives a visual display of the amount, level, or contents of something.

“a fuel gauge”. Synonyms: measuring instrument, measueing device, meter, measure, indicator. “she checked the temperature gauge”.

To calculate an amount especially by using a measuring device.

2. The thickness, size or capacity of something, especially as a standard measure. Size, measure or degree.

Estimate or determine the amount, level or volume of. “astronomers can gauge the star’s intrinsic brightness”. Measure, calculate, compute.