de lo particular a lo general


de lo particular a lo general
= from the particular to the general
Ex. Deduction goes from the general to the particular, and induction goes from the particular to the general.
* * *
= from the particular to the general

Ex: Deduction goes from the general to the particular, and induction goes from the particular to the general.


Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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