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typical

US [ˈtɪpɪk(ə)l]
UK ['tɪpɪk(ə)l]
  • adj.典型的;有代表性的;一贯的;平常的
  • Web标准;典型安装;象征性的
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adj.
1.
典型的;有代表性的having the usual qualities or features of a particular type of person, thing or group
a typical Italian cafe
典型的意大利式小餐馆
This is a typical example of Roman pottery.
这是一件典型的罗马陶器。
This meal is typical of local cookery.
这是有当地风味的饭菜。
The weather at the moment is not typical for July.
现在的天气并不是七月份常有的。
2.
一贯的;平常的happening in the usual way; showing what sth is usually like
A typical working day for me begins at 7•30.
我的工作日一般在 7:30 开始。
3.
~ (of sb/sth)
不出所料;特有的behaving in the way that you expect
It was typical of her to forget.
她这个人就是爱忘事。
He spoke with typical enthusiasm.
他以其特有的热情讲话。
She's late again─typical!
她又迟到了,一贯如此!

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