typical

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adj.

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  • 典型的;
  • 典型;
  • 种典型;
  • 典型安装
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1. I am merely citing his reaction as typical of British industry.
我仅以他为例来说明英国工业界的典型反应。

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2. Stan Reilly is not really one of your typical Brighton Boys.
斯坦·赖利其实并不是那种典型的布赖顿男孩。

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3. He was a typical showman with a brashness bordering on arrogance.
他是一个典型的好炫耀者,有一种近乎傲慢的自负。

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4. The guy in charge was the typical smalltown tyrant.
管事者专横霸道,典型的小地方人。

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5. A typical high-season week in a chalet costs about £70.
旅游旺季在度假小屋住一周通常需花费约70英镑。

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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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