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Definition of generations

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      A generation is all the people in a group or country who are of a similar age, especially when they are considered as having the same experiences or attitudes.

      • ...the younger generation of Party members...

      • David Mamet has long been considered the leading American playwright of his generation.

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      A generation is the period of time, usually considered to be about thirty years, that it takes for children to grow up and become adults and have children of their own.

      • Within a generation flight has become the method used by many travellers.

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      You can use generation to refer to a stage of development in the design and manufacture of machines or equipment.

      • ...a new generation of IBM/Apple computers.

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      Generation is used to indicate how long members of your family have had a particular nationality. For example, second generation means that you were born in the country you live in, but your parents were not.

      • ...second generation Asians in Britain...

      • She is a first generation American.

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      Generation is also the production of a form of energy or power from fuel or another source of power such as water.

      • Japan has announced plans for a sharp rise in its nuclear power generation.

Meaning of generations

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