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typically

US [ˈtɪpɪkli]
UK ['tɪpɪkli]
  • adv.往往;典型地;常常;有代表性地
  • Web典型的;通常;作为特色地
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adv.
1.
通常;一般used to say that sth usually happens in the way that you are stating
The factory typically produces 500 chairs a week.
这家工厂通常每周生产 500 把椅子。
A typically priced meal will be around $10.
一餐通常的价格为 10 元左右。
2.
典型地;具有代表性地in a way that shows the usual qualities or features of a particular type of person, thing or group
typically American hospitality
美国人特有的殷勤好客
Mothers typically worry about their children.
母亲总爱挂念自己的子女。
3.
不出所料;果然in the way that you expect sb/sth to behave
Typically, she couldn't find her keys.
她果然又找不着自己的钥匙了。
He was typically modest about his achievements.
他一如既往,对自己的成就很谦虚。

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