typical

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adj.

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  • 典型;
  • 典型的;
  • 典型安装;
  • 标准的
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1. She gave an equivocal answer, typical of a politician.
她的回答模棱两可,是典型的政客做法。

来自《权威词典》

2. Greens and browns are typical of Ribera's palette.
绿色和棕色是里贝拉的主色调。

来自《权威词典》

3. a typical Italian cafe
典型的意大利式小餐馆

来自《权威词典》

4. They reacted to the appalling weather with typical British stoicism.
他们忍受着恶劣天气的煎熬,表现了英国人典型的坚忍不拔的精神。

来自《简明英汉词典》

5. The play, whose style is rigidly formal, is typical of the period.
这剧本是那个时期的典型作品,风格拘谨刻板。

来自《简明英汉词典》

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1. ADJ-GRADED 典型的;有代表性的 You use typical to describe someone or something that shows the most usual characteristics of a particular type of person or thing, and is therefore a good example of that type. 
  • Cheney is everyone's image of a typical cop: a big white guy, six foot, 220 pounds...

    切尼是每个人心目中典型的警察形象:大块头白人,6 英尺高,220磅重。

  • Carole goes in for such typical schoolgirl pastimes as horse-riding and watching old films…

    卡萝尔喜欢一些女生常玩的娱乐活动,例如骑马、看老电影等。

  • Horrigan was typical of the new-generation executive Sticht had brought into the company.

    霍里根是施蒂希特引入公司的新一代主管的典型代表。

2. ADJ-GRADED 特有的;独特的;显示特性的 If a particular action or feature is typical of someone or something, it shows their usual qualities or characteristics. 
  • This reluctance to move towards a democratic state is typical of totalitarian regimes...

    不愿朝民主制国家迈进是极权主义政权的特性。

  • This is not typical of Chinese, but is a feature of the Thai language…

    这不是汉语所特有的,而是泰语的一个特征。

  • With typical energy he found new journalistic outlets.

    他凭着自己特有的干劲找到了新的新闻渠道。

3. ADJ-GRADED (表示批评或抱怨)果不其然的,不出所料的,一贯如此的 If you say that something is typical of a person, situation, or thing, you are criticizing them or complaining about them and saying that they are just as bad or disappointing as you expected them to be. 
  • She threw her hands into the air. 'That is just typical of you, isn't it?'

    她挥舞着双手说,“只有你才干得出来,不是吗?”

  • 'Typical!' Hattie slammed down the receiver. 'Absolutely typical!'

    “果不其然!”哈蒂重重摔下听筒。“真是果不其然啊!”

adj.

1. 典型的, 有代表性的

  • Botswana is not a typical African country.
  • 博茨瓦纳并不是典型的非洲国家。
  • The picture is typical of its kind.
  • 这幅画在同类绘画中有代表性。

2. 特有的, 独特的

  • This wine is typical of the region.
  • 这种酒是本地区的特产。
  • It is typical of him to take hard jobs.
  • 抢重活干就是他的特点。

3. 一贯的,平常的;不出所料的,特有的

Adjective

1. exhibiting the qualities or characteristics that identify a group or kind or category;

  • "a typical American girl"
  • "a typical suburban community"
  • "the typical car owner drives 10,000 miles a year"
  • "a painting typical of the Impressionist school"
  • "a typical romantic poem"
  • "a typical case of arteritis"

2. of a feature that helps to distinguish a person or thing;

  • "Jerusalem has a distinctive Middle East flavor"- Curtis Wilkie
  • "that is typical of you!"

3. conforming to a type;

  • "the typical (or normal) American"
  • "typical teenage behavior"
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  • 1.典型的

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