It is well known that nonlinear time-invariant filtering may be viewed as a nonlinear superposition of time-shifted versions of the input signal, that is described as a time invariant Volterra convolution. Nonlinear superposition of time- and frequency shifted versions of the input signal is called Volterra-Weyl convolution. In the present paper, we associate with each orthogonal transform (Legandre, Hermite, Laguerre, Walsh, Haar, Gabor, fractional Fourier, wavelet, etc.) a family of generalized shift operators. Using them we construct a nonlinear superposition of generalized time-shifted versions of the input signal. We call such a superposition a generalized Volterra-Weyl convolution (VWC). Particular cases of the VWC are nonlinear Gabor and Zak transformations, generalized higher-order Wigner distribution and ambiguity functions.