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stereotype

US [ˈsteriəˌtaɪp]
UK ['steriə.taɪp]
  • n.刻板印象;模式化观念(或形象);老一套
  • adj.固定不变的;陈规旧套的;铅板(印刷)的
  • v.对…形成模式化(或类型化)的看法
  • Web老套;定型;成见
Plural Form:stereotypes  Present Participle:stereotyping  Past Tense:stereotyped  
stereotype
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n.
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模式化观念(或形象);老一套;刻板印象a fixed idea or image that many people have of a particular type of person or thing, but which is often not true in reality
cultural/gender/racial stereotypes
有关文化的╱性别的╱种族的旧框框
He doesn't conform to the usual stereotype of the businessman with a dark suit and briefcase.
他不同于人们一般印象中穿黑色西装、提公文包的商人形象。
v.
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对…形成模式化(或类型化)的看法to form a fixed idea about a person or thing which may not really be true
Children from certain backgrounds tend to be stereotyped by their teachers.
教师往往模式化地根据学生的某些背景把他们归类。
Why are professors stereotyped as absent-minded?
为什么在人们心目中教授就一定健忘呢?

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